Phoenix Nightscape - Looking S. from Downtown

© randy dannheim

Phoenix Nightscape - Looking S. from Downtown

Uploaded: October 14, 2007


aperture = f/4.5, shutter = 5 seconds, lens = EFS 10-22 @ 22mm, location = 12th floor condo at Thomas/Central in Phoenix,AZ. Shot taken just after Sunset using remote shutter, mirror lock-up, and 3221 Bogen Tripod.


Colette M. Metcalf October 15, 2007

Beautiful night capture!!! #762413

Donna La Mattino Pagakis October 15, 2007

What a great landscape scene, awesome colors and night lights!! #4930886

randy dannheim October 15, 2007

Thank you Colette and Donna. #4931657

Ronald F. Fischer October 16, 2007

Fantastic color and lighting on this awesome night time capture! #4933622

Steven M. Siwek October 20, 2007

I love shots of buildings and cities and you did a wonderful job (like always) here Randy! #4953521

randy dannheim October 20, 2007

Thank you Ronald and Steven! #4953907

Robert R. Goodman October 20, 2007

Beautiful night shot,my friend.I can remember when Phx still had a lot of open land.Not saying anything bad about Phx,I'm just glad we have the Gila River as a bumper zone!!!!!!! #4954845

randy dannheim October 20, 2007

Some idiot will build on it anyway. Try stilts or something. #4955265

Carole Bruckner January 04, 2008

love this night shot. beautiful. #5292220

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