Out of The Hat

Making the Ordinary, Extraordinary

Night Lights


Giraffe Crossing

Giraffe Crossing

I thought you might like these photos. I took them at night, without adding any stabilizing.

Beams

This is what the world looks like to me when I take off my glasses.

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Audience

This one looks like a congress of old men, doesn’t it? All lined up and sitting in their chairs.

Sunset Road

Sunset Road

It’s all out of focus, and abstract, but I think it is really beautiful.

I hope this post inspired you if you were suffering from writer’s block, and I hope you enjoyed my foray into experimental photography. Please tell me what you think in the comments below!

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4 comments on “Night Lights

  1. Fashion Sky Fall
    January 11, 2014

    Beautiful :)

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