I debated for a long time whether to post this photo, not really knowing what to think of the chain link fence that was captured here. There were a few shots that I captured where the lens was placed through the fence, but I couldn't get a steady shot on such a long shutter speed. Then, as of late, other fellow Aminus3 members posted similar shots where the chain link fence had a strong presence in their compositions and I realized how much depth the fence added in their captures.
Similar to writer's block, I am getting a case of "photographer's block." I've been wanting to try some indoor projects like water abstracts and the like, but it's just the set-up time that escapes me.
I'll be heading to Florida in March and Washington, D.C. in May. If anyone has any ideas on favorite spots to capture monuments in Washington, DC, particularly at night, please drop me a suggestion or two.
This capture is looking north at the south-bound lane of traffic (headlights) which is heading into Chicago on I-94. I love what the long shutter speed does to the street lights, creating a twinkling light.
Photo taken September 25, 2009.
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