Thursday, October 26, 2006

Questions in the Night


10 comments:

Faye Pekas said...

They certainly do look like question marks. I love getting these kind of shots because you never know how they will turn out.

backpack_everyday said...

Night photography with slow shutter speed and distant light.I think I remember....Its been quite a while and i haven't been able to visit any of my friends be it blogsphere or the world around me...Trying really hard to make some time for me and for the things i like to do.Just not working at the might.....

Cergie said...

What, who, where, why ?
In French: *qui, que, quoi, dont, où ?

Reflex said...

The night bring us sometimes many questions, time to reflect. Nice night lights :9

Kelebeginpulları said...

Thank you for visit and your nice comment.I suspect I am a creative person:)

shruti said...

lovly pic...
you have such a great imagination....

Anonymous said...

They do look like question marks. Nice. I love looking at lights from far away, when I'm standing somewhere where there aren't any. It's peaceful.

RubySoho said...

That's a gergeous image, Tim. I love the romance of lights in the night. I got your comment last week, and I wrote a comment for your poem, but it didn't show up :(...well, thank you for your comment. I'm doing great. Midterms were hectic, and omg was it crazy Tim. But, your poem was great, and I hope to talk to you soon. Take care.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, faye pekas. Thanks for your comments. And night shots are fun to play with. :)

Hi, backpack_everyday. Good to hear from you. Life does have a way of getting too busy, doesn't it? And yept, you got it right regarding my night photography being taken with a slow shutter speed and lights far away.

Hi, cergie. It was just me playing around with night photography and lights that ended up looking like question marks in the night. There's also figure in there that looks like a guy.

Thanks, reflex. Night time especially during vacation times are wonderful times for reflection. Glad you enjoyed the night lights. :)

Hi, kelebeginpulları. Thanks for coming by. I later found out that you work in the art field I think in sculpture and I felt a little silly about my comment on your blog. ;)

Thanks, schruti. I try to use and increase my imagination. Doing so I think enhances life.

Thanks, choochoo. Night scenes often are peaceful. I, too, like to look at lights like that from a distance. It's good for my soul.

Thanks, rubysoho. I'm sorry, too, that your comments regarding my poem didn't make it. But these things unfortunately happen. At least this one made it through. I'm glad you're doing well and made it through midterms even though it was crazy. Feel free to come back and talk anytime. I always look forward to hearing from you. :)

Marguerite said...

Thank you tim for the answer much longer than my comment !!!!