Griffith Obervatory

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  1. kyoungxlee

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    a few from Griffith Observatory
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    I think #3 looks really cool. Good work.
     
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    Really nice pics. Could I suggest that "NIGHT" shhots are NEVER shot at Night. But just as the sun goes down. Once you start having difficulty with the light , there is a 20 minute "window" where the sky looks dark, but records as a wonderful dark blue..
     
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    Nice images.
     
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    bump
     
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    the blue effect is *slick*, but sometimes you do want the black...

    hmmm... that almost sounds like I'm joining the night watch...
     
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    strange to have an observatory in such close proximity to a city. as the picture shows, the light pollution is substantial.
     

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