Angelic Hue

Uploaded: November 07, 2005


60mm, F5.6, 2.5 sec. Mom's decorations can come in handy. This is a Glass laser etching with changing colors shined up through the bottom, using a black construction paper mini-studio.

Exif: FNumber: 5.6, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 2.5, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: , WhiteBalance: auto white balance


Margot Petrowski November 11, 2005

This is so the colors!!!! #342269

Richard P. Lussier November 11, 2005

Thanks Margot, I had a great time capturing this! I actually have several more different color combinations since the light base went through all the primary colors. I might post up some of the others ... #2064579

Pat Gamwell January 10, 2006

This is sooo beautiful, Richard! Just think how much more beautiful the REAL angels are going to be! GREAT WORK! #2273011

Richard P. Lussier January 11, 2006

Thank you, Pat! I'm glad you stopped by to check out my gallery. :)
And, yes, how incredible it will be the day that we are greeted by His angelic messengers, singing and welcoming us! #2278731

Corinne M. Thompson January 11, 2006

I think this is absolutely beautiful. #2278788

Richard P. Lussier January 11, 2006

Wow, thank you Corinne, you are too kind! #2278816

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