This week, I focused on taking 15 second exposures for my Project 365 photos. Some of them turned out pretty good — I like “The Tower” and “New World.” It would be a lot easier if I owned a tripod; instead, most of these photos are shot from ground level with my camera propped on my bag. The long exposures have a cool effect on the scenery — especially when there are clouds in the background.
(Secretly, I really like the “Hurricane Freezer” shot.)
This is my favorite shot out of the week’s long exposures. This shot, on the corner of Clear Lake, never looks so interesting in the daylight.
Upper Bay Golden Brick Road
Taken on Upper Bay Road. It looks like sand, but it’s the effect of the yellow lights on the street.
Around Lake Nassau
These are remnants of my Hurricane Ike preparations: water stored in milk jugs in the freezer.
The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake