Saturday, March 10, 2012

during snow storms

traffic lights switch to amber flashing mode
(can anyone tell me how to capture a flashing light in a still image?)

15 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting shot!
If you do discover how to photograph the flashing light, please tell us! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Revrunner said...

Use of a slow shutter speed and tripod?

Kate said...

If I were you I'd go to Denton, Rob, or Jack for answers to any technical questions.

Your photo makes me feel mighty cold. Hope you're having fun in Charleston. We're going in about 3 weeks; any tips for us?!

Have a relaxing and wonderful week-end!

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Sitting here my air conditioning with 80+ degree weather outside, I'm loving your snow picture!

Birdman said...

Now, thats an oxymoron, right? Still light, flashing?

Sharon Creech said...

And does that cause more or fewer accidents, I wonder. . .

Lowell said...

You do that very carefully! No, seriously, you can't. I like this, though!

Virginia said...

WEll you did a fine job! I"m sorry you're still covered up....literally!

BTW, check out my Paris blog for Friday. A knit/tea shop in Paris! I have more photos just for you.
V

Malyss said...

Open eyes through the storm.. And Here, i'm sitting with open windows, and letting the sun shine in..

Amin said...

Very interesting photo! Well done!

Melissa said...

Sounds like photo philosophy to me! I like the yellow color with this shot though.

Madge Bloom said...

Lol.. they're either off or on aren't they?? You're a bit inundated...

Rob Siemann said...

We'll take your word for it. Shouldn't the snow abate slowly now?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It looks to me like you've done a good job right here Brattcat.

Jilly said...

Oh perfection! This made me laugh out loud with pleasure - it's absolutely delightful and to me, extraordinary. See - what is ordinary for me and what is ordinary for you....witness Menton today.