Tunnel View around 2:30am the day after Thanksgiving. Had a full moon the day before.
Moon did a great job here. I like winter landscapes with trees and mountains covered with snow.
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Dec 16, 2015 07:16 as a reply to @ TheInfamousGreedo's post |
Nice shot above Hoosier Pass.
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Dec 23, 2015 07:15 as a reply to @ jmcgee131's post |
Outstanding night landscape shots jmcgee!!!
J Blake, your shots are amazing!!! I have no knowledge in this genre of photography but it highly interests me. I live near the Badlands in SD. It would be really cool to set up there and shoot the colored pinnacles at night. I would appreciate any advice you can give me.
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Dec 24, 2015 19:03 as a reply to @ hikermk's post |
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Cool stuff everyone! I need to get to more naturescapes done as most of my night shots are cityscapes. One from earlier this month in Japan.IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/BfgF3P DSC01629 by owen yano, on Flickr
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Mount Ranier lit up by a full moon from September 2013. We had spent a couple of days up at Paradise and Sunrise with the mountain socked in. Returned to our room after dinner to see the moon shining in. Grabbed the camera and ran out of the front of the lodge to get our first view of the mountain. As I played with exposure I was amazed at what appeared on the camera starting to look like daylight.