Watching the night

© Al G. Juniarsam

Watching the night

Uploaded: January 28, 2004


10 secs @ f2, tripod.


Cathy Barrows January 28, 2004

very cool shot and idea #92190

Al G. Juniarsam January 29, 2004

Thank you Cathy... #352431

Jean Papo February 12, 2004

I agree with Cathy....well done! #373758

Arthur Rosch February 15, 2004

Did I comment on another one of your
photos? If not, I meant to. This
is good stuff, it has energy and
strangeness, as well as great composition.

art #377906

Jean Papo February 15, 2004

Congratulations, Al Ichsan! Glad to see this here. Love to hear how you do this.... Good luck with it! #379849

Al G. Juniarsam February 16, 2004

Thanks Jean and Art. I really appreciate it. Jean, I did this shot just with slow shutter speed, wide aperture, and tripod. And one more thing, I used tungsten mode for the white balance to enhance the color of BG. #382094

Susana Matos February 17, 2004

Congratulations, great, great photo!
Cheers from Portugal,Su #383565

Nadya Johnson April 30, 2006

I know this is not a recent post but I'm catching up today on photos! I have missed so many, due to being busy but its pouring out today and what better time to sit here at the monitor?? This is SO great, Al! Truly eye-catching, and so creative. Love it! Maybe we will get to see a slightly different version, re-posted in another category?? I think it's a potential winner, for sure! Nice work! #2708770

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