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spencer baugh on April 27, 2010

That's beautiful n1w. Very elegant lines and a nice hint of the blue night against the black canyon. Very nice.

Nawitka on April 27, 2010

Wow! That's wonderful! I've been waiting for something new and this is certainly a beautiful addition! You seem to be safely out of the action here, up above on the hillside?

not1word on April 27, 2010

Thank you very much, Spence. That bit of sky was what I was really wanting to have there, and I was happy it worked out like it did.

Hi, Nawitka. Thank you! I was on a little over pass that the traffic runs under, so safely out of the way, and with a good vantage point. I had the camera on the bulb setting, but with the D60, you have to hold the shutter release down the whole time, so for this two and a half minute shot, I was hoping that I wasn't jiggling the camera too much.

((Ospr3y)) on April 27, 2010

Wow! This is incredible, Not1word!

Norrel on April 28, 2010

This is a beauty, not1word! When I have to press the shutter down for a long time there's always a fly buzzing around my head.

whoelius on April 28, 2010

Impressive stuff, not1word, especially the technique!

You could Sellotape a little stone down to the shutter release while the lens cap is still on, taking the cap off when you're ready and the camera is steady. When the exposure is finished, flick the switch to turn off the camera. It'll save the last picture. :)

not1word on April 28, 2010

Thank you, Ospr3y. That's most kind of you!

Norrel, that was my worry while I was holding the shutter down. Fortunately, it's too early in the season for too many flies. Thanks for the visit and nice comment.

Howdy, whoelius. I appreciate very much the very nice comment and the tip, too. I wasn't sure whether if I turned the camera off with the shutter open would cause the camera to lose the shot being exposed. Now that I have your handy idea, I'll have to give it another try.

Marcello Mento on April 28, 2010

Another fantastic shot...BO

Ritva Astikainen on April 28, 2010

This IS Y*. Cheers, Ippa :)

D.R.Lamont on April 28, 2010

OOOOOOOOO..... AWWWWWWWW..... now that's a nice'en! good job old bean!

©polytropos on April 28, 2010

WOW!
It's called "geil!" in German.

kamalyn on April 28, 2010

WOW, Poetry in Motion!!! Sue anointed you with your new name at the perfect time!

Great. Amazing. Wonderful. Perfect....This can't be excelled!

nikduserm.com on April 29, 2010

Hey, no pictures for a while, but it's been worth it the waiting. This shot is great. Congratulations. nik

Steve Paxton on April 29, 2010

Now that is cool did something the same myself i have no area free of streetlights. i use the Remote to hold the shuter open $5 on ebay worth think about. steve

Laurel211 on April 29, 2010

I don't know how you did this but it sure looks cool!

peargrin on April 30, 2010

Very beautiful elegant lines! (Did you ever see Philip Glass' Koyaaniskatsi?) Cheers, pear

Itallica on April 30, 2010

How to go

With the flo

peargrin - didn't Glass just fo the music for that trilogy?

spencer baugh on April 30, 2010

You're right Itallica. Here is some info.

C. Johnston on April 30, 2010

Excellent shot. Best of and Ystar Excellent!

Greetings, Cathy

peargrin on April 30, 2010

Thanks, spence-ation. Godfrey Reggio. This reminds me so much of that film!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 27, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by not1word
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Exposure: 157.200s (1/0)
    • Focal Length: 22.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.864
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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