Victoria's Light

Providence Waterfront

I used to do a lot of long exposures, but having been shooting Leica for a long time it was not feasible.  The Nikon is perfect for these exposures, especially with the native ISO of 64.  This was shot on the north side of the Providence River.  The working waterfront never sleeps. The horizontal light is from a passing tugboat.  I did not notice she was moving through the image until the exposure was stopped.Providence River at Night

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