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    These are both AWESOME, El!!! I have an idea I want to try. I hope I can get to it tonight.

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    dp, sorry.
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    I can't help but to think of the night sky...


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    Great detail in the moon! Love it!!

    My idea didn't work last night because Ryken woke up I ended up turning Sully's star lights on. My tripod broke, so I had to hold the camera. It turned out pretty bad, but here it is! lol


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    LOVE the midnight snack shot and the moon has great detail.

    I took this tonight and it conveniently fits the theme! My youngest fell asleep next to me while I was reading to my middle boy


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    when working before sunrise this morning, I saw some neat light spilling from my desk lamp to the bed behind me. So I stuck my angel (she always sits on my desk and watches over me) in a big puddle of the light and this is what I got:





    I can't decide which crop I like best.

    I still have something in mind for a "night" shot. Am hoping to get to it this weekend.

    GiGi

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    Very nice, Katie and Kerry! Gigi, I love that I think I like the second one best. I like the light trailing behind the figurine.

    Another from me. It's kind of boring, but I like it anyway

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    Very cool shots ladies. They are all so creative! El, I can't believe your ISO was so high! Kerry, those eyelashes are amazing! Gigi, I love the light on your angel.

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    Took me all week, but here's what I have.

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    Really cool shots in this one, wow!

    I combined my need for a pollution photo for my local camera club with this topic, and got this:
    Factory at Night

    Not too exciting, but definitely low light, and I think the effect overall is kind of neat.

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