You've heard the expression, "There's four minutes of my life I'll never get back"? Well, this is four minutes that I'd do over again in a heartbeat … maybe not at the same local, but you get my drift.
A four minute exposure from the shores of Lake Michigan at Southport Park in Kenosha, WI, looking south towards Chicago. It's amazing how much light you can pick up, even from 60-ish miles away with a long exposure shot, isn't it?
It was a tad windy the other night when I took this one … 35mph gusts, to be precise, so I knew I was going to get a soft focus shot however, I can't say I'm all that displeased with the results.
"Ghost Rider" from the 2002 album Vapor Trails by Rush
(STREAM: Delicious Agony Progressive Rock Radio)
Gareth — The Celtic Camera Photography
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Posted by Gareth Glynn Ash at 11:01 AM