Tuesday, February 12, 2008

(not) on fire

I tried not to breath when taking this picture- which without a tripod proved to be a difficult task :)). But I couldn't breath well anyways, so... :). It is a little bit shakey, but I liked the feeling... In the picture is the same area I showed you yesterday.
Have a great Tuesday!

15 comments:

  1. At first sight I thought the village was on fire. ~B@

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  2. Like a huge fire.

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  3. Gee ... without tripod? Well done. It also seemed to be houses where on fire!

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  4. Lara,
    That is stunning. You are amazing. I repeat all the comments here!

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  5. Glad you clarified the town isn't on fire! Great picture, Lara! And without a tripod?! Very well done indeed!

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  6. Wow so much difference the day and night photo of the village. So beautiful.

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  7. Thats a great set of picture to compair... I was sure this was a forest fire when the page loaded.. what a great capture this is.

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  8. You could have called your picture "Night fire" or "Nighttime inferno." Great picture.

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  9. Wow! This is gorgeous!

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  10. Great picture! I usually use the "take a great big deep breath" method as well, though I got a gorillapod for Christmas so hopefully I'll get the chance to use it soon!

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  11. I like the "on fire" look. nice shot!

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  12. Wow, that's a big difference between day and night. I don't like tripods, but for night time it is an essential tool. You did a good job holding your breath.

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  13. Great photo, indeed!Even without tripod you have really done a great work.

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  14. A bit of a romantic feeling. I made the mistake of buying a cheap tripod. It failed while taking pics one evening. Fortunately, the local camera shop let me exchange it for an upgraded model.

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