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I have taken dozens of daylight shots here since last year and they are–without exception–truly boring. Some clawed their way up to a yawning “okay,” but that was it.

Apparently, this place doesn’t come fully alive until after the sun goes down.

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I’m sure many teens can relate to that condition.

Comments
  1. Yes it does. Just great.

  2. andykidd says:

    Bright lights and humming 😊

    • Quite loud yet virtually no people visible. When this weather breaks (hovering around zero F with biting winds at present) I’d like to go back for more.
      Correction: it is -2 F with a wind chill of -20 right now. We’re looking for a high of 8 F.

      • andykidd says:

        You are a real trooper 🙂 We are looking at 100 F today and tomorrow I think. The fire is still burning. Up to 38 houses destroyed (this figure keeps going up as people get into affected areas). About 134 people requiring treatment – no deaths fortunately. Seems weirdly disconnected.

    • Sometimes, it’s as though we are chatting with each other from two different corners of the universe.

  3. I have seen a thing like this at night as I’ve driven down an interstate at a high rate of speed with no chance of stopping and thought how beautiful it is. Thanks for catching it for me.

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