Wall of China in Black and White


The Great Wall of China should be on everyone’s bucket list.  Even on this cold and dreary day, I was able to photograph so many amazing images.  The cloud cover (or most probably ‘pollution’) was particularly bad that day, and still being early spring, there was not much color in the background.  As is my standard procedure, if there is no color, I turn it into black and white.  I toned it sepia which also gives it an old photograph feel that adds to the centuries of famous Great Wall of China.

Gear: Nikon 810 Camera, Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. 
Settings: Focal length 122mm; exposure 1/80 sec; f/11; ISO 125.

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