Through a window? Whoa, that's clear for a window, great job for hand held.
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"The Canon 60D accepts SD/SDHC/SDXC
memory cards, and does not ship with a card.
Canon recommends a Class 6 card or faster for
recording HD movies. UHS-I compliant cards are
supported, but the camera does not
take advantage of their increased bus speeds."
"Note that the Canon 60D manual says
"SDHC and SDXC cards featuring UHS (Ultra High
Speed) enable a maximum writing speed of SD
Speed Class 10". We asked Canon for clarification
on this, and they said the Canon 60D is
not UHS-I compliant but should work with
UHS cards at up to SD Class 10 speeds."
One of the biggest improvements you can make with HDR shooting is thinking in high dynamic range before you shoot.
Shot this a few years back when I was still on Pentax gear. I think it was a 5 shot bracket with 2 ev steps per shot at 450mm stopped way down.