10mm, Alexanderplatz, clouds, people Taken with a Canon EOS 350D Digital + Canon EF-S 10-22mm .
* Exposure: 1/640s
* Aperture: f/4.5
* Focal Length: 10 mm
* ISO Speed: 100
* Exposure Bias: 0/2 EV
* Exposure Program: Aperture priority
* Flash: Flash did not fire
This shot, taken on Alexanderplatz in Berlin, exhibits Germany's tallest architectural structure: the television tower in the background reaches a height of 368m - in comparison NYC's Empire State Building stands 381m tall. On flickr someone wrote that the guy reminds him of Germany's former chancellor Gerhard Schröder but then it's him without his Brioni suit.
And for those of you who are interested: here is the original image. As you can see quite a bit of postprocessing was involved with this one.