Another installment in the LightPhoto365 project:
Almost forgot this day, so this photo was taken at the 11th hour (literally) through my blinds. It's a streetlamp in my parking lot.
Morning sun shining on the concrete beams in my parking structure.
Looking back towards the setting sun just a short time before it dropped behind the horizon. Very pretty sky this day. I wasn't quite in the car yet, and a good thing- this is a pretty treacherous road driving into the sun at this time of day. What the picture loses is the color in the street sign, which the camera leaves just in shadow. The eye is still the best camera...
LED sidelight, and one of my favorite items to light- an A-Frame ladder. Cooler in toplight, but there you go.
Love all the lighting in this restaurant. Cool fixtures, and an old-school flashing arrow sign. This crappy pic from my phone, which apparently does not do night work well, does not do it justice. 365 photos, there are going to be some stinkers. I'll have to go back with my real camera- an excuse for another great calzone.
Mulligan #2. Sorry January 14- missed you. That means that I drop in the first photo that I didn't take. This is from my daughter who is becoming quite a photographer herself during her year in France. Streetlights in the fog- very cool. Not to mention the pink in the windows to the right. Good stuff. Thanks Molly!
My phone camera doesn't take very good night pictures, but it's always cool to see the 'sparkle' it gives to fixtures.
The College of Charleston Cistern yard. Hundred year old oaks and Spanish moss- and lots of cool architectural lighting. More coming tomorrow...
The camera phone image from last night doesn't really do justice to how cool the architectural lighting is in the Cistern yard, so I went back the next night with the real camera to catch this image of Randolph Hall.