Two photographers enjoying last night’s moonrise over Lake Michigan.
This entry was posted on Thursday, October 13th, 2011 at 10:08 am. It is filed under My Neck of the Woods, Photographing the Photographer.
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Awsome gallery I love that you used long exposures. The sand really glows a nice color.
Awesome pictures. I love to see these pictures. Great work.
great shots! personally I like the 3/8, with the beautiful effect of the dark sea
As a professional my comment is: Great Pictures.
Keep working on.
I think title moonwalk is ideally suited to this article. This photos take me out of the planet and make me feel on another planet.
Wow, some of these photos actually look like they were taken off planet.
Nice pics. I admire the way the light shows so nicely. It was quite a long exposure, wasn’t it ?
Also, just wondering … the building on the first picture. Is that St Joseph’s hospital north of Lincoln park ?
I lived in Chicago ten years ago … great times, fantastic city.
I love the name Moonwalk for the album, it definitely feels otherworldly. The sand does sort of remind one of the moon.
Very cool! Pic #2 especially.
Good images at night. The soil does look almost like he was from the moon. And the reflection of the illuminated buildings in the water is Great.
Thats a great shot at the top. Hopefully when i understand everything about my Canon EOS 550d I will be able to tkae shots like that.
Power Wheels Jeep
wow!!!!!!!!! nice pics.
i also want to going moon…
Great shots you have here! Looks like you really enjoyed the moonrise. I’m just new to photography and I want to learn something new.
I love the effects on the sands !
what a wonderful bayview… The other side is the amazing lights in the city and the opposite shows the natural beauty of the environment. Whoa!
Wow, the photos look great.
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