February 14

I kind of missed posting the morning scene, what’s left is the night scene. The current moon phase is called Waxing Gibbous, it’s 87% of full moon. I wonder if it looks different from where you are.

Manual, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/8, 1/160sec, ISO 100, focal length 105mm, white balance cloudy, evaluative metering, cropped

10 comments

  1. hhmmmm.. it was raining here last night and looks like another storm will roll in tonight as well. I don’t recall ever taking a night shot like yours. Perhaps, I’ll give it a shot once the storm goes away.

    • Hi seeharhed, you do need a tripod for night shot. This one was just dusk and I adjusted the exposure bias to a negative number to make the sky appear darker than normal. Night photography is a good way to get to know your camera since you have to adjust everything in the dark. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks nangmeta. I used to think that I want to own a florist on this day, but not so sure anymore. People can’t afford roses these day, although I hope you received many gifts on Valentine’s Day. πŸ™‚

  2. It couldn’t look better than in your image Nye.
    The almost black sky with the even darker branches and the clear moon. Beautiful!

    • Cambree, makes me wonder if that’s where the name came from. The moon is interesting to watch, if you pay close attention you will see that it appears day and night at different time of the month. I feel like I know so little and need to study more.

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