Title: 20 Degrees

Capture Date/Time: December 15 2004 17:17
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 16mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/4 - 5 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

Although there are no events happening at the Pavilion at this time, it was still nice to walk over there and check out the moving light installation that they have set up there. The light beams that change color reflect off the metallic surfaces of the Pavilion which can be seen from miles away.

9 commentsAdd yours

12.16.04/12:59 PM Jessyel Ty Gonzalez said:

Spectacular and amazing. Almost what I would expect the future traffic of the skies to be like.

12.16.04/01:51 PM Brandon said:

curv-a-licous! Great shot, really clean.

12.16.04/04:46 PM Kevin Giguere said:

What type of lighting was there? I wonder what it would like with different hue adjustments. Cool subject!

12.16.04/09:56 PM miles said:

sooo nice, I'm loving the composition and colour. It takes a good eye to spot this stuff.

12.17.04/10:17 AM steven said:

i like this. before this i've only seen this shot attempted during daylight hours. the glow of the metal jumps off the page.

12.17.04/10:49 AM rion said:


12.18.04/05:13 PM kendall said:

This is great -- gorgeous capture.

12.20.04/06:11 AM luke winter said:

Really gorgeous use of space & colour

12.20.04/12:43 PM photojunkie said:

Very interesting array. Nicely captured.