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pepsi cola billboard on the east side of the east river

Pepsi Cola

Posted on | Shot on at 18:00:00

A response to Rian’s shot from the Queens side of the East River. Not as nice lighting as he got. This one is from the Empire State building. Also see it here and here.

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4 Comments
  • lol! that’s an excellent shot right there! :D the view from up there was awesome, right? :D

  • @rian the view is pretty good. almost too good. i agree. GE building is cooler. i love that i know kinda where some of your shots are from now — its no longer this mysterious void that is “New York” :p

  • As soon as the image displayed my first thoughts were wow what an amazing view. Definitely an impressive capture!

  • i love ‘response’ images – this one’s pretty cool with the Pepsi sign.

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EXIF Data

  • Shutter speed: 1/400 sec
  • Focal length: 300 mm
  • Aperture: f/8.0

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