Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Nightlight


Lately I've become fascinated by the potential of my digicam and night scenes. Of all places, the parking lot has caught my attention. Of course, there is only so much potential in the parking lot. Let's see. We have the lot, lights, trees, cars, blue light boxes. Wait, back up, blue light boxes? I know this might sound like the beginning of a K-Mart moment but actually, they are the campus call boxes that connect the caller with the campus' public safety office. I'll get a picture of one of those tomorrow night but for now . . .

10 comments:

Lee-ann said...

This is not ordinary car park this is a beautiful picture. I am so in Orr!! of those who take stunning photos of which my friend you are one.

so nice to catch up and see your beautiful blog again.....psss!! I still hve some of those yummies left but one a day the doctor ordered "right!" lol lol lol

Lee-ann

miss*R said...

maybe one night you will see an owl! keep looking, you just never know :)

trailbee said...

And very sweet and serious offers to drive you to your car on the ASI tram. You're right, though, there is something almost beguiling on our campus after dark. Last fall when I had Dr. W. and left at 9:30, I always had this happy, but melancholy, feeling as I walked to my car. I love our school. I'll be sad to leave it.

Maryellen said...

Makes me feel like I'm right there in your excitement, questions and decisions. Very good post. It seems almost like the same kind of feeling your haiku's create. Interesting.

Sioux said...

Great night shot...I tried for the moon tonight, but I don't do night shots well.

paris parfait said...

This is a beautiful photo, Annie. Reminds me of the Taos, New Mexico artist Greg Moon, who paints stunning outdoor nightscapes.

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

Wonderful photograph ... so ethereal and lovely. I agree with Tara, it almost looks like a painting.
Keep exploring and snapping those photos! Much peace, JP

Beth said...

I Love the pics you make,,you have a excellent eye for photography. Now I want to see the Blue boxes!
:)

SombraKnight said...

I completely LOVE this picture, Annie!

Dotee said...

This is a great photo Annie! Everything takes on such a different perspective when it is dark.