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These are eerie and beautiful at the same time. And that looks suspiciously like my car in shot 1!
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Thanks Ken. Shall I call the police :)
I found it! Thanks anyway, Alan.
Oh, let’s hear it for patchy fog—especially combined with Old Glory and a quintessential front porch. Lovely photograph. So glad you go out after dark.
Thanks Linda. It was hard to resist though a lot colder and more uncomfortable than I expected. Years ago, I did a whole series of night photographs in urban residential and light industry neighborhoods. I liked the way extraneous details disappeared into the blackness leaving only critical elements visible. This year, I discovered a similar thing sometimes happens with extreme overexposures in daylight — unwanted details becoming completely washed out. Much more difficult to achieve good results however.
A great set, very poignant, without being syrupy, of course.
Of course! Thanks Lynn.
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