Well, at least you tried. I'll give you that. You know, having it beside sort of isn't all wrong. It's like the moon is their big brother, trying to show them how to do it right.
thanks not1word. and like an annoyed big brother, he's looking the other way! I actually really like this one. I used to think I completely screwed up the exposure, and that if I'd just had a longer shutter it would have been lighter and the lighthouses and ocean more visible. But now I realize if I'd done that, the moon would just be a big blob. So this one is what it is. Later in the summer, I did get a shot of the moon really showing them how to light things
Well, you and Bits do a great job of showing us a lot of different looks for this very picturesque place. Your linked one is one that I really like.
well a REALLY late thanks n1w, though I'm sure I likely thanked you on another photo.
wow. I just noticed that this photo that I used to think was a complete failure and that isn't even in GE has almost 1000 views! (and after lots of other tries, I've also realized what an amazing catch it was to get both lighthouses lit in the shot!)
The graininess of this one works out in that it lends a rather other-worldly air to it. It is funny how our perceptions of our work can change over time. I've had some that I thought were wasted space, yet when they pop up on my screen saver later, I wonder, "Who took that?"
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Photo taken in Gloucester, MA, USA
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