Title: Stoughton Circuit

Capture Date/Time: February 10 2006 22:11
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 55mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/8 - 9 sec
ISO: 100
Flash: None

A long exposure of the Power Substation that was located just down the street from the cabin we stayed at in Stoughton. Pretty much it was the only outside thing that was illuminated at night for miles!

6 commentsAdd yours

02.13.06/03:13 AM David [mondaymorningphoto] said:

Are you SURE this isn't a model? It looks too... clean... to be a real place?!

02.13.06/11:08 AM david jones said:

This one is real.. its just the extended exposure that makes it look surreal

02.13.06/05:45 PM ballpeen said:

great shot

02.14.06/09:48 AM mr bill said:

I feel a power surge coming on. Simply shocking! ;-) I really love the monchromatic tones with the little dabs of color that give away that it's not a sepia toned shot.

02.16.06/09:50 PM cbeckett said:

wow. u don't know me but this image is great. how didn't u use flash... thats awesome. how long of an exposure was it?

02.20.06/11:08 PM tamara said: