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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by drd1135, Nov 10, 2013.
I'll start today (or tonight). A very dark sidewalk, expressing exactly what was on my mind:
Taken close to midnight, at the beautiful old urban rose garden near my friends' house in Portland, Oregon. Complete with grainy high ISO effects and diffracted lighting from the nearby streetlamp.
Midnight rose by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
A *really* old one.
Queens Wharf by Night by kyte50, on Flickr
This is the November 10 barge, not the November 7 barge. A front's moving in, it's supposed to get cold and maybe snow, so I figured I should get out there for sure tonight. I lugged the tripod along with the D40 (seriously pushing the limits of "compact," but I figure if I can carry the tripod to the river and back on foot, that's compact, right? (Never mind it's only 4 paved blocks one way!)) I think I need to paint dark and light arrows in nail polish on the back of the camera - I don't know my left from my right, and once I get under 100, I know the numbers change from fractions of seconds to seconds, and for some reason my brain freezes up at that point so I can't tell if "Subject is too dark," is a genuine warning or just the camera getting uppity. Oh well, one step at a time!
The November 10 Barge by rubyj29, on Flickr
Taken on date night in Hollywood last night.
Pantages Prior to Evita Show by staticantics, on Flickr
I haven't been getting out much, so here's a different shot of my cat and the aquarium......
The Night Fisher III by Lukinosity, on Flickr
I like how the different temperatures of light separate this image into two scenes.
yeah, I feel like it's nearly a diptych
Luke, that's just gorgeous!