July 29, 2011 11:03 pm
Good sense travels on well worn paths; genius never. – Cesar Lombroso
The skies were clear but the wind was howling as I set up on the cycleway, across the way from the fertiliser works near Napier. Any shot that I failed to shelter from the windgusts was useless, so I hovered as close to the tripod as I could. An elevated viewpoint, even if available, was out of the question on this evening. The sense of night is amplified with the choice of tungsten light balance. The cloud formations were truly fleeting.
85mm, ISO 500. 30 seconds at f8
Posted by Barney Brewster
Categories: Night photography