ive been busy lately, so i havent had much chance to go out and take pictures of anything. i got some spare time last night but was pretty tired and sore, but i figured i would go out and try something i hadnt tried before. ive been wanting to try this for a while now, but i cant get to a place here where i can get good enough traffic to try it other then where i took these. i remembered the kodak i have allows me to set the shutter up to 64 seconds, so i gave it a shot (or 13, pun intended :lmao: ). IMO, for a first try at setting everything myself without really knowing what everything fully does, i think they came out ok near the end. it was getting colder and the traffic was lessening, and my battery was dying so i couldnt try to get any more shots, but hopefully i can again real soon. if anyone has any comments or criticisms, or advice on how to make these come out a little better, i would appreciate it. the first couple i tried on a corner, but there was too much light from the streetlights, and the oncoming traffic, so i moved to the other location for the second set of pictures. #1-3 first set #4-first set these last few are from a spot just off the traffic circle. after stepping down on the snow to get a good rest for the tripod (and probably looking like a crazy person to passing drivers), i took these until the battery died. i dont remember if i had fully charged it or not, or if it was the long exposures combined with the cold that helped kill them, but i will be sure to have a freshly charged battery next time. #1-3 #4-6 #7-9 again, any advice/comments/criticisms would be very much appreciated. i also wanted to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time so far to look at the pictures i have posted, and for their comments and help. after looking through a lot of the threads here, i hope to think i am learning a little, and also hope that what i learn from here will help me to take much better pictures in the future.