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Oops-Light Streams

Light Streams

Light Streams

Well, here is my oops photo. I wanted to take a nighttime shot of a lighted Christmas Tree to include in my Changing Seasons series. (You can click on the header at the top of my page for more information and photos!)

Clearly, I am not a master of night photography! I had pulled into a nearby lot and zoomed in for a picture. Feeling rushed, I didn’t make any setting changes. I think that my unsteady hands also contributed to the streaming effect in the photo.

Weirdly enough, I actually like this photo. While not technically perfect, or even close, there is still something about it that I like. I think it seems dynamic and alive!

What do you think?

Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings to you all!

*posted for the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge:
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