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Amsterdam (a classic view)

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Amsterdam, a "classic" view shot from the ferry across the river IJ. On the left the filmmuseum EYE and on the right the Amsterdam Tower.


Nikon Z6 + Nikkor 24-70mm f4 S


Double click on the image to view the excellent performance of this lens, image was shot wide open at f4.





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