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Comments (130)

spencer baugh on April 30, 2010

I have it on dvd but haven't watched it for quite some time. I'll have to watch it again.

©polytropos on April 30, 2010

It reminds me of the beginning of "Lost Highway" by David Lynch, late 90's ...

Neil Aitkenhead on April 30, 2010

Reminds me of Tron - lovely shot !

©polytropos on April 30, 2010

Ah, yes, "Tron" was a revolutionary movie too, at that time, Neil. It was the "Avatar" of the early 80's. :)

T NL on April 30, 2010

Great play with light n1w!

kamalyn on April 30, 2010

n1w - I just noticed the name of the location where you took this photo. WOW - this fits that theme so well!!!!!!

not1word on April 30, 2010

Well, I turn my back for a few minutes, and everybody runs into the room.

Thank you all very much for all the visits and fun and informative comments: Marcello, Ippa, Mr. Lamont, polytropos, kamalyn *(Sue is quite amazing with her ability to seemingly anticipate these sorts of things. I didn't think about the name of the canyon, but you're right. Funny!), nik, steve (I have that remote, but didn't know I could use it like that. Gave it a try, and bingo!, so thanks doubly for the good tip!), Laurel (your camera may have a B or Bulb setting way down at the end of it's long settings, somewhere longer than 30 seconds. If so, the shutter will stay open for as long as you hold the shutter release down, giving you some opportunities to get some shots you might not otherwise get.), peargrin (I've never seen that, I'll have to see if I can find it, thanks!), Cathy, Neil, and Tomas.

AnonymousKiwi on May 1, 2010

SSSSuper! This looks like it could be a product logo. I'd love to have a try at this type of shot. Have to scout out a location.

AndrzejSmolinski on May 1, 2010

it is fantastic and magic photo. Greetings from Poland, Andrzej

Hooman javadi on May 1, 2010

Superb and quite artistic

nice red white and black composition

very well captured and composed

greetings from Tehran, Hooman

not1word on May 1, 2010

Sank you so much, Lisa. ; ) I'm sure you'll find something that will yield a good result. You need to be aware of any other light sources that might overexpose a part you aren't thinking about. Other than that, not a lot of mystery. Good luck!

I appreciate your stopping in to say so, Andrzej, and I'm glad you like it.

Hello, Hooman, and thank you for visiting long enough to leave the very nice comment. Greetings to you!

Frank Schneidereit on May 1, 2010


without spirited words



not1word on May 1, 2010

Frank, any sort of words you care to leave are appreciated, and yours are spirited enough. Thanks!

mauro1964 on May 1, 2010

Bellissima, ciao, Mauro

brianmoc on May 2, 2010

oooooooooooooooooooooooo, neat!

not1word on May 2, 2010

Thank you very much, Mauro and Brian.

someGuyinmasset on May 2, 2010

Hubba-hubba-hubba I love it!!!

► © ErAnger on May 2, 2010

:: magnificient lttightplay! BO ng erich :))

not1word on May 2, 2010

Hi, Guy. Thanks a buncha buncha!

Thank you, too, Erich. Glad you liked it.

larry e walton on May 4, 2010

truly fine in its simplicity n1w. exceptional, actually, and there are many of these to be seen in pano. i'll catch up on the rest of yours soon, i've been out of the loop for a spell. Best, lew

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