Day 18: Wanted to do some long exposures and only a few came out. Trying to focus the 40-150 at night is not fun lol. This is the same image as the one in the gallery just processed differently. Trees By Night by woody112704, on Flickr
Yesterday's outtake - I was hoping for a more spectacular effect of movement in the picture, but wasn't able to adjust the settings accordingly, for obvious reasons (it was a slightly risky shot anyway ...).
January have been here heavily outcasted, even on our scale, with few exceptions, and you can count those in my challenge pics. I just had to take this on 24th when I saw glimpse of the sun in the morning:
Yesterday turned out surprisingly nice for a short couple of hours ...
Even though the last shot turned out quite nice in post, I was reluctant to choose it for today's picture - should have cropped it, but couldn't decide on how (and there's something else: I usually try to avoid cropping anyway ... old-fashioned, I know).
I may try to get another version of this. I like the picture of an early librarian through the window, but the 28mm FL and the inability to get closer makes this a tricky shot. This one is fine by composition but is more of a crop than I'd like.
I was desperately looking something to shoot in the neighbourhood, and then found this. However it didn't then quite make it. But I thought this might interest some in the southern hemisphere
The last one is offering the mystique it showed in real, IMHO.