Windy Night in the Cemetary

The wind was howling and roaring as we shot in the cemtary last night and our eyes played tricks on us. Seeing glowing lights in different areas of the area, we never did go far enough in to see what the light was. It seemed the longer we were there, the more the wind was working up the courage to ask us to leave. We took the hint and left after an hour or so. Some nice shots, or so I think. An interesting night and a good reason to go back there on a clear, non-gusting night.

So I Finally got back to the cemetary last night to shoot. I was also able to borrow a FiSh EyE LEnS to take the shots which was wonderful. I love the effect and the angles you can get with a fish eye, so wild. Here are a few shots, I only did one HDR which is the first shot in the series and remember you can always go onto flickr to view in a larger format:

Pathway to Darkness HDR

Cemetary Tree

Flowers and Headstones

FiSh EyE TrEe

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Whoop Up Hill

Unbalanced lighting

What a beautiful night last night, so open and free. The warmth was also a nice change from the -20 that it has been lately. Getting out of the truck at the top of the hill, while walking to the destination it was pointed out that the lights were flickering, and they were. It was wild to see the energy of the lights moving like a pulsating beast. I cant remember seeing the pulsing that clearly for a long time, amazing. It is very easy to take joy in the little things and sit back in awe; but just as easy to forget how mind blowing and amazing this world really is. The layers of truth, reality, and consciousness. And two of us are just out on the top of the bridge taking it all in, the sounds, the lights, the patterns, simplistic, multilayered, intense. Unfortunately I was the only one with a functioning camera (forgotten batteries) so we were only there for a short while. Here are a couple of the shots, or I guess a few. After using a nice carbon fibre tripod, I am even more unhappy with my run of the mill tripod, such is the nature of grapsing and craving of the mind. One day, but no use to pine.

All in all, I will be going back to shoot sometime this week…

 Here is the HDR

Hdr

 

And here is the ambulence that ripped up the hill, I didnt get the shot I wanted to cause I was trying to set up another shot at the time and am generally very slow moving when it comes to much of anything. Hope you enjoy.

Rushing Ambulence

 Check them out in Flickr if you want full size..

 

2006-2009 Kyler Evans, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs (THAT MEANS NO ADDS AND NO SELLING OF ANY KIND) but must include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me for my work, Kyler Evans.

Link to be used…(https://arisingphoenix.wordpress.com/)