Tree of Lights (No, Not a Christmas Tree)

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  1. astrostu

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    From the Denver Zoo Lights, taken last weekend.

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  2. russrom

    russrom TPF Noob!

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    Been playing with some filters I see! Good shot but too many lights for the cross screen (Just my opinion) but It seems to be too much for me. Other than that I think it turned out well.
     
  3. astrostu

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    Thanks. The issue was that if I used no cross-screen, I thought it was boring, and if I used a shorter exposure (for smaller diffraction spikes), then it was just too dark.
     
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    There certainly are very, very many lights on those trees ... are these lights there all throughout winter? You say these are not Christmas tree ... so is this light-up not related to Christmas then?

    Pretty as it might be ... it is a bit of a waste of electricity, isn't it?
     
  5. astrostu

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    The zoo had lots of lights up over lots of stuff. Up from the beginning to the end of December. I said it's not a Christmas Tree beause the title ("tree of lights") implies a Christmas tree to many, and I didn't want people to avoid this thread because they didn't want to see another Christmas tree picture.
     

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