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Sunday, August 14, 2011

On August weekends in New York Park Avenue is closed to auto traffic and people can ride bikes, jog, or walk from uptown to the Brooklyn Bridge.  I took this photo while riding my bike.  With the camera in "A" (aperture priority) mode, I set 16-35mm Nikon lens to 20mm and  f/8.  That yielded an average shutter speed of 1/30th to 1/60th second as I rode along, which was sufficient to blur the street.

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