Published: Friday 23rd of December 2005 03:05:02 AM
Great angle, Wilson. Is that snow streaking by?
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Wislon... great image .
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Great for a long exposure shot! I really love seeing things the way you see them. You have taken and presented dozens of photos of the Space Needle and they're always fresh. That's fascinating to me. Makes me think that I need to spend more time downtown in DC and see if I can't exhaust some of the monuments down there!! Wonderful blues in the sky, by the way!! :-)
Somehow I missed this. Great perspective in the Wilson way of seeing!!! Are they stars moving in the darkness or is it snow?
Another creative rendering of the space needle. Very nice variation, Wils. I'm also curious about the sky.
Thanks for all your feedback, CHiPs: . . . and to you, too! JOHN: Those can be anything you want them to be. Snow, rain, you name it. ^_^ KNICKI: Thank you much for checking this out. Interesting that you're into sports, too (from forum treads.) HOWARD: Appreciate your comment, Howard! KNICKI: They're actually a bunch of motion blurred white dots, but don't let the fact stop your imagination. ^_^ KEN: Thanks, Ken. The original sky was just that plain blue sky. If you want it to be stars, sure. Rain, why not? Snow? If you like! LOU ANN: Sure, long exposure star trails work, too. Thanks for your comment though. Indeed, one can find different perspective if spent enough time with that same subject. I'm sure downtown DC is a great place to have photographic experiment! Wilson ^_^
Knicki, Good imagination there, and yes, can't stay away from a challenge. ^_^