How is it that one careless match can start a forest fire, but it takes a whole box to start a campfire?
Long exposure can be a lot of fun during Diwali. Shot from my terrace.
Happy Diwali !
It has been raining cats and dogs for a couple of evenings now. This shot was taken from inside the car. The visibility was pretty low and the Bangalore traffic was a mess (as usual!) . Clicked with a cell phone camera (Sony Ericsson W810i ).
Seen at Bandipur National Park, Karnataka. I shot this single 12 minute exposure at the end of shooting the “Star Trails” (click here to view this post) to wrap things up. This turned out to be better than I expected. I am in love with nightsky photography 🙂
Shot at Bandipur National Park at around 1 in the morning.
It was so dark and quiet that every small noise made me jump. All kinds of animals (Snakes, elephants, leopards, tigers etc.) inhabit this place. Towards the end of the shot (around 2 in the morning), I almost fainted when I heard cats/wild cats crying. It was the spookiest experience I have ever had.
The flare seen on the left bottom of the frame is visible because the surface temperature of my lens dropped below the dew point and was totally wet!
Shot with the 18-200mm @ 18.
Total exposure = 1.5 hours (18 shots, 5 mins each, stacked together to reduce digital noise).