A coupla night shots

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  1. LongDucDong

    LongDucDong TPF Noob!

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    I didnt have my tripod for these, so please excuse. I had to improvise by using sticks to prop the camera up, etc. LOL Im so redneck sometimes...

    HUGE moon over Wheaton, IL:
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    Fountain with amazing skies behind it:
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    Civil War statue in Geneva, IL:
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    1) I like the way the moon is lighting up the steeple.
    2) Really nice lighting on the fountain, and love the sliky water!
    3) Nice Composition, the moon is a little blown out for my taste.

    They look a little dark to me, but I am on a crappy monitor at work! ;)

    Nice series overall, especially considering that you didn't have a tripod!! :mrgreen:
     
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    Thanks! I agree about the 3rd shot, the moon was way too overblown. :thumbdown:

    If I had my tripod, I would have taken the time to get things more set-up. Thanks for the C/C!
     
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    Very nice
     
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    LOVE #2!!!! Also like the church or building in #1....
     

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