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South Tracy Ave

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Shot from Harrison street looking West as a car drove past. This night it snowed about a foot, maybe a little more, in about two hours. I popped outside with the tripod and shot until I ran out of batteries and memory. It was one of the most fun nights I’ve had shooting in Bozeman — everything was perfectly still and quiet and fresh. And the lighting was awesome — those big, heavy clouds where reflecting all the city lights bounced off the snow below.

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  • the fun you were having shines through every area of this photograph. really great.

  • @michele haha. thanks. i like the way this one came out. i’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with out of focus photos. i don’t remember if that was my intent here or not but i think it benefits from it.

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EXIF Data

  • Shutter speed: 32 sec
  • Focal length: 362 mm
  • Aperture: f/4.5

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