This is good one, whoelius! I love the way you succeeded in keeping the colours in the foreground, instead of just a black silhouette of the trees.
This one goes directly to My favorites...
Cool! How dark was it when you took this? I'm always curious when I see these 30 second exposures that end up looking like day. Looks like I need to try some.
Good job whoelius. Nice warm blue color. Very good depth of field.
Best regards, Andreas.
A most beautiful image Whoelius. The colors and light are amazing. As stated above great depth of field. Congratulations, YS and Best of. Sharon
Ah thank you, my friends :D, Norrel, Sandy, Bits-n-Pieces, Andreas and Sharon.
I suppose it was a little bit of a shame that the wind blew during the 30 seconds of exposure, so the tree's extremities wiggled and blurred somewhat. Ah well.
Bits - it was just one of those dark nights, I guess :P. Not crazy dark, just the average night time. Note I shot at f/8, too. So the brightness would have been the same if I'd shot for, say 7.5 seconds at f/4, or 2 minutes at f/16. And also, Victoria doesn't have the same light "pollution" that Vancouver does, so the sky might have been a tiny bit darker.
Great shot, whoelius! No worries about the trees moving. It adds a certain amount of interest anyway. Well done.
I have no words...
I have a YS 4 this!!!
Brilliant picture! So clear and so many colors! The hight life in Canada is very active I see! Nice night photo! Greets...
Thank you, not1word, Kostas and gor.maja :). I hope you're all very well.
Excellent colours and sharp details. I love it...superb work.
Kindest regards, Gabe
Yes I agree with Norrel. Fantastic colours once again whoelius.
madre de dios, this is exceptional.
See whoelius?! You should compete with this one.
Great picture, beautiful colors.
Hi Gabe, Cal, Larry, Sandy and Makis :). Thanks for the views, comments and encouragement. I really appreciate it.
Aww. Thanks, John :)
Oh...stunning...I do love the blue in this...its magic :)
Keep at it...Sandy ;)
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