8 thoughts on “A Room with a View

    • Thanks, Bryan. I wish I could say that I put a lot of thought into how I did this, but honestly I just bumped the ISO way up (1600), opened up the lens (f/5.7), and braced the camera steady against a window beam for a 1.3 sec exposure (no tripod in my bag of tricks). Perfect timing on the just-set sun was the key – it was already dark enough that all the building and traffic lights were on, but there was still enough light to bring out the colors in the sky. The patchy clouds added some nicely contrasting texture to all the sharp lines.

    • Resting up from an overnight flight on a crowded, cramped airplane with very uncomfortable seats! An Ambien did the trick, however, and I had a little time to play before visiting field trials that I’ve got going in different areas. Even though it’s soybean fields rather than the Ecuadorian rain forest, it’s still pretty nice to get paid to look for bugs in foreign lands!

      Okay, your message implies you hadn’t yet seen the next post to know this was Buenos Aires, so I’ll give you 2 bonus points in the current BitB Challenge session for guessing the city. Now with 4 points, you’ve still got some work to do to catch up with current leaders Dave Hubble, Troy Bartlett, and HBG Dave! 🙂

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