well guys, just got into photography about 1.5 months ago. been taking pictures like a crackhead doing lines ever since. I love it!! its my new addiction, and my wife is glad something finally got me away from my car. i have taken like 3k pictures, i have hit like every park in my city, and local towns, and taken plenty of pics of my wife. well, i am just now getting to editing and cleaning my pictures, i couldnt stop taking them long enough to edit anything...haha!! lately i have been playing with super long exposure times with the aperture set really small, and the ISO set low. i love the way the pictures turn out, they have so much more detail than if you use a fast shutter speed with a large aperture. so, guys, any help, any tips, and ideas, anything to throw my way, i am here to listen and learn. right now i am pretty dumb, but i want to learn and soke up anything and everything!!! though, i should say that i am not new new to photography, i did have a decent 35mm with a nice set of primes when i was a younger, but i havent used it in a while, so i am practically new again. anyway, here is a pciture i took at fort caroline here in jacksonville florida, thought it was a neat picture. all i have to edit photos is paint.net and GIMP right now, so all i really did was mess with the saturation and hue a little bit. tell me whats good or bad with the picture...thanks!!!