It’s not what I was looking for, but sometimes you have to use what you have and not wish for what isn’t there 🙂 I have been looking in my rear view mirror on my way home every evening for that nice twilight glow, the sunset that has left variations in colour in the sky and the winds that have left scattered clouds or wispy clouds that add that little extra “umph” to the scene. Well, this isn’t it, but I decided to try a few long exposures and while I was at it, an HDR 🙂
I woke early this morning, and couldn’t get back to sleep, so I came in to process this early, in a standard photograph you wouldn’t see anything in the foreground, but in this HDR quite a bit can be seen, the sky is lighter than the actual scene. but that’s because of the HDR processing, I think it balanced the scene out nicely.
11 thoughts on “Twilight Convergence”
That pesky photo in the rear view mirror. I know it only too well, debating whether to stop, what to do with the child(ren) if I stop, wondering if the scene will ever repeat itself. It may not be exactly what you wanted, but at least you stopped and got something this time 🙂
I agree with Nikhil. Been there, done that. 🙂
Thanks Bob, I guess we all do these things 🙂
I’m so fascinated with HDR images because I’ve never done one before. I like your perspective on this one. To me, you used what you had in a great way.
Thanks Martina, I think you should give it a try 🙂
There is just enough detail there to be tantilising… is that a person on the horizon?
Thanks JP, it is someone on the wall, but because they were moving and its an HDR, when seen up close they’re almost Ghost-like 🙂
Love the colours in the sky, I am glad you stopped!
Thanks David, the sky is usually the reason I stop, not much else along this stretch to really see 🙂
Cool Mike – I like how it looks like there is a flame in the sky at the point of the convergence… 🙂
Thanks Nas, all those street-lamps at the point I guess 🙂