Clock tower after nightfall

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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    Quick snaps while walking by



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    #2 is very nice, I prefer the landscape composition. Great job catching those tricky colors.

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    Peter Witham
     
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    You must have set up your tripod, you could not possibly have taken these "in passing", now could you?
    So there.
    Nice spotting the different lights, and good exposure here - you must have been out and about really late into the night, it is only really dark here for a couple of hours at this time of the year...

    What's your light source behind that tower?
    Could it have been a half moon?
     
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    Nice!
     
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    lol... thanks !!

    actually this WAS handheld 1/25 of a second , gotta love those prime lenses.

    Ive been doing a lot of this lately, Now I think I like handheld adventuring just as much as the tripod setup shots that typically involve light trails for me.

    kind of rounds out the expirience of night shooting and makes me really go for the best shots when i am using the pod...

    I think it was a full moon, cant remember...
     

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