Reflections-City lights of Vancouver, British Columbia

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Try this without a tripod! I’m standing in the total darkness of Stanley Park, postioning my camera on a picnic bench, using very long exposures, seven shots in all, to capture this magical city at night. Little did we know at the time, we were pressing ever so close to missing that cruise ship off in the distance you see. We didn’t realize that going through the huge Stanley Park was a one way road, you had to go all the way through the park to get out. It took us out somewhere else and we were lost. By the time we arrived at the debarkation station at the terminal, they had already closed down. We pleaded with them to still let us on. It was a close call. I hope you enjoy what us crazy photographers are willing to do sometimes.

All photos are Creative Commons-Non-Commercial. Use for fun, blogs or whatever but you must link to: http://www.travelbugster.com and give credit to Dave Morgan

 

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5 thoughts on “Reflections-City lights of Vancouver, British Columbia

  1. great image and I worked on the cruise ship so I know that feeling!!! A group of us missed the boat! It was not fun!!! We had to get on the next ship and then have to meet at the same port getting in so much trouble but FUN!!!!

    • Yeah been on many. Never this close to missing one. Last one was out of Venice byway of Crotia and Athens Greece. Will post photos as we go along. Keep on a watchin’

  2. I am so glad I found your blog. Your photography is incredible … really, really incredible. 😀

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