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Uploaded 23-Nov-19
Taken 9-Feb-17
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Blue Hour Over Carlyle Lake

This is a sister image of a previously release image where I lingered on a frozen shoreline well past sunset. As the sunset yielded to night, the scene required longer exposures to reveal the day’s fading colors. The cooler hues captured in this blue hour image seemed to intensify the cold weather which embraced the area.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/11 @ 11 mm, 0.7s, ISO 100, No Flash

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A deep twilight image as blue hour settles over Carlyle Lake where icy waves washed over shoreline rocks