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Sometimes when you leave your tripod at home, all you can do is work with what you have and put the camera on the hood of your car. My lack of a tripod though, left me with limited vantage points from which to make the picture. Note to self……always have tripod in car. TIA for your comments.

PS: The more astute among you may notice that I’ve changed the name of this blog. The whole 365 project has gone to hell in a hand-basket. I need to be honest with myself. My love for photography, however, has only increased., and I am hoping to launch out into portrait photography in the near future.

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I’ve decided to make a concerted effort at landscapes. I like the vibrant colors here . It’s amazing the amount of color there is in near darkness. TIA for your comments.

 

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I was looking for a sunset shot, but I was a little late. I also took some shots without anyone in the image, but all the ‘action’ was in the sky and I did not just want a picture of the sky. I figured if I included someone in the foreground, it would add a little more interest to the overall picture. TIA for your comments.

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Autumn constantly amazes me with all its color. TIA for your comments.

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I’m planning a drive to Great Falls VA on Saturday morning so I’m practicing my long exposure. I’m going to great falls because I want to get some nice water images, so hopefully I’ll get some interesting shots. TIA for your comments.

Edit; based on the very first comment I actually went back and cropped the original image. To tell the truth I think I actually like the cropped one better. What do you think?

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We are currently in the first quarter of the moon phase.  It is always interesting to me that in order to take a picture of the moon, you need a fast shutter speed. Intuitively it makes little sense to me, but technically it does, since the moon is so bright.  I used topaz adjust to get the reddish tones. TIA for your comments.

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I found this old caboose on tonight’s picture hunt. Where I live, there is a thriving antiques district and this old car fits right in. This was close to 9 tonight and I used a 5 second exposure at ISO 200. I used topaz adjust to give this “artistic” look (at least I think it’s artistic).  I also think I found a favorite spot to photograph. TIA for your comments.

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