Ghosts at Clarendon

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I was at Clarendon the other night and was surprised at not only how I wasn’t quite freezing to death in the middle of February, but also how clear and serene the evening seemed to be, even right outside the Metro station. What better time to do a little nighttime photography?

I hadn’t planned on this evening activity and thus did not have a tripod with me, but I took advantage of a newspaper box for support and did a few different exposures, ending with this one, which was eight seconds at f13, ISO 100, and I think the best of them all. Read more about nighttime photography here.

What’s your favorite place to get some after-dark snapshots?

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

Carl Weaver is a writer and brewer for and has been making beer and wine for more than 20 years. He is also an avid photographer and writer and just finished his first book, about a trip he took to Thailand to live in Buddhist monasteries. He considers himself the last of the Renaissance men and the luckiest darned guy in the world. Follow him on Twitter.

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