It was a dark and foggy night…… so naturally, I went to the Cemetery!!
NIKON D40XShutter Speed:10/1 secondAperture:F/4.5Focal Length:36 mmISO Speed:200Date Taken:Nov 8, 2010, 8:39:27 PMBrandon, Manitoba, Canada
cemetery, grave, angel, dark, fog, night, remember, canada, death
Life is busy and we so often spend our days rushing from one task to the next, and never really taking a break to stop and look around us. I hope that through my photos, other people will be able to see what a beautiful world we live in.
no it’s not too dark, its amazing. Is that a fire in the background or a blazing sunset? I love the angel in the foreground Handie, great composition
Thank you Vickie!
That is actually a yellow globe light. I thought there would be a whole bunch of them because I’d never been to the cemetery at night before, but there was one row on the main drive way. I drove in and it was DARK in there! Where I was shooting it was VERY dark and so I shot towards the light and I was so pleased to see that I didn’t just get silhouettes! I guess the fog just dispersed the light enough to get such a beautiful glow.
As you can see – these were VERY long exposures so again, I was happy to get home and look at them larger and see the details coming out!
– Sandra Parlow
This is a OOOOHHH AWWWWWW image!! Great Job
Thank you so much!
Stellar shot Sandra!
Thanks Angela! I’m so glad I went out last night. My family thought I was nuts going to the cemetery at night alone! LOL!
Stunning. I like the value range… the dark makes the fiery orange pop, and there is just enough detail to arrest the eye. Beautifully done!
thank you – I’m glad others can see the details enough!
Great shot I love the feeling of this shot.
Thank you! I’m glad you like it!
superb image! :)
stunning capture of light and fog… fabulously composed… bravo – rob
Thank you Rob – I’m glad you like it!
Amazing work! This one is packed with emotion!
Thank you! I’m glad it made you “feel” something.
well it was a very great photo op, wonderful shot and worth the time it took :-)
Thanks again Vickie!
Wow!! Thats wonderful!! Love the mood and atmosphere…well done!! :O]
Thank you Tracy!