It has been a long time since I did some architectural photography. Today was a brilliant day to do some photographs of these buildings on the border of the Gooimeer in Huizen, Netherlands. The weather was deadcalm and there was a bright sun in the southern sky. To make the water even smoother and to 'get rid of' the ducks and geese bobbing around on the water, I did a very long exposure of around 4 minutes using a ND-filter to let the light slowly seep into the camera-lens.
The only photoshop here is some slight sharpening of the architecture and removal of two dust spots.
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