I had an assignment for my Zoom photography class to take one or two photos at night. In this case, I raised my phone to take a shot of the street lamp (and the back of a street sign) whilst I was giving the dog her last walk before bed. We need to be out and in rather quickly, so I raised my phone and took 2 shots. No agonizing, just…… done. And one of them was good! It would not have occurred to me that my iPhone could produce such stunning nuances of night-time color.
©Hannah A Keene 2020
18 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #110: Creativity in the Time of Covid”
Wow Hannah, that is truly stunning! Love the way the sliver of moon completes the composition. Wonderful example of creativity
Thanks Tina. Look closely and see if you can notice a faint thick black line going from the « moon » diagonally down to the edge of the frame. Still think it’s a moon?
Have looked but can’t find a line. Is it another lamp??
So interesting! And you’ve given me an idea for something new to try.
I’m so glad! That’s one of the joys following other photography bloggers. 😀
A beautiful capture Hannah, so lovely you got the moon in from that angle too 🧡
Look more closely at the “moon,” and follow the faint, thick black line outward as it leaves the frame. Once you’ve seen that line, what to you think the crescent of light is?
It looks like a ring around a rope, but I like the idea of ‘moon’ better 😉
Love it – My guesss is the moon is a bangle!
Good shot. Creative!
That is a master piece, Hannah!
Wow: it is a beautiful shot Hannah. The power of not over-thinking
Indeed. Thank you Su. 🙏
Wow, Hannah. Very cool shot! I love it. And you’re taking a Zoom photo class. I love that too!
Thanks Patti 😊
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