Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime


Whilst in Sydney a few weeks ago I was staying in a hotel had a view of Sydney Harbour.  I wasn’t disappointed.  I knew it wouldn’t be right smack bang next to the Opera House knowing where it was situated but it did offer up the Harbour Bridge and a view of Woolloomooloo Bay.  It gave me the opportunity to practice my night-time skills whilst in the comfort of my hotel room – that’s the ultimate lazy!

I didn’t use a tripod but the shelf next to the window.  It was fairly gritty so as well as a bit of grain from the dark shot I had to contend with the window dirt as well but having said that I was pretty pleased with the result not having done much of this before and with the view I had.

It was on sunrise but technically still night-time right??

 

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16 comments

  1. They are golden and golden is always beautiful.

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  2. One of my favourite views is Sydney at night – no matter where I go it’s always great to come home to this beautiful harbour!

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  3. If the sun is not up – it’s nighttime. Lovely shots.

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  4. Ha! Great story behind the photos, Karen 😀 And yes, I think they definitely still qualify as night 🙂 Lovely!

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  5. So pretty Karen. The golden glow of the sun rising is just gorgeous.

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