Shooting in the dark

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Shooting in the dark

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Here are some recent night shots that I took this last weekend. Feel free to share any night shots you might have taken recently as well.
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These were taken from basically the same vantage point, just looking the other way over the little town of Cabanaconde.
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Jeff,
Wow.

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I will play....

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I feel the need to just hang out with you.
Wonderful shots.
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JT, come on down. I'll kill the fatted guinea pig for lunch and then we can take photos. :D But if you don't like guinea pig, I'm sure we can find something else you would enjoy. :wink:

Sury, I really like the colors (or should I say blues) in the first shot. The third shot got my attention as I always enjoy Milky Way photos.
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the_hefay wrote: Tue May 25, 2021 4:29 am JT, come on down. I'll kill the fatted guinea pig for lunch and then we can take photos. :D But if you don't like guinea pig, I'm sure we can find something else you would enjoy. :wink:

Sury, I really like the colors (or should I say blues) in the first shot. The third shot got my attention as I always enjoy Milky Way photos.
I had my fist guinea pig on that trip with Bob. Not bad, a bit greasy.

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Here's a couple more that I took this weekend.
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Can't forget the marshmellows.
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Nice take, but I'd like to know the story. You know, the gear, event, & the song, what ever. it's a pic with a story. It made me think of David strumming in a pub. This is Wyoming's pub? I'm just thinking.
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Agree with Fotogeorge. I love to know the story as well.

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Well it's Peru, not Wyoming. :wink:

Some of the young people from the church had a campout on a small piece of property we own outside of the city. These last 4 shots are all from that night. The building in B&W is actually where my wife and I sleep when we are there. It's rustic but gets the job done. As far as songs go, they were singing some choruses and hymns. All-in-all it was a great night.
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They were all shot on my A77ii with the Tokina 11-16mm
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What a memorable night, Jeff.

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Absolutely was, Sury.
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