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Washington Monument at Night
Washington Monument at Night
bgmorris


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Clichés (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D100
Location: Washington, D.C, Near Jefferson Memorial
Date: Jan 20, 2002
Aperture: not recorded
ISO: 400
Shutter: 10 seconds?
Galleries: Architecture, Travel
Date Uploaded: Jan 28, 2003

Long exposure, specifics not recorded.

Statistics
Place: 50 out of 246
Avg (all users): 6.0155
Avg (commenters): 6.6429
Avg (participants): 5.8235
Avg (non-participants): 6.3200
Views since voting: 981
Votes: 194
Comments: 15
Favorites: 2 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/09/2003 10:45:14 PM
Since the main vertical element is the subject and SO prominent, I'd have made it more plumb and let the horizon tilt a little (it's somewhat hidden by the shadows and the perspective of the bank anyway).
02/09/2003 05:32:46 PM
looks like a post card - nice.
02/07/2003 09:55:32 AM
WOW!!
02/06/2003 09:44:27 PM
Nice job!
02/06/2003 07:34:53 PM
I really like all of the lights in the picture. not just the lights on the monument but all the ones surrounding it. nice work.
02/06/2003 01:59:58 PM
This is a very good shot. The trees and stuff on shore is a little soft, but it isn't majorly distracting from the shot. The monument is a little bright but I can understand that as 1.) it was meant to be. or 2.) it was necessary to get the rest of the exposure right. Either way, its a great pic - Inspzil
02/06/2003 09:07:05 AM
The monument appears a little crooked.
02/05/2003 04:09:54 AM
The monument should be more towards the left instead of right near the edge on the right.
02/04/2003 08:43:44 PM
I love the tone and the reflection. Does that ever stand out at night. Are those spot lights shining up in the air, 3 toward it and 2 on the left straight up? To me those add to the whole idea of pointing out justwhat it is. This should be right at the top. Great job and well done. I can see this hanging on a wall.
02/04/2003 02:01:15 PM
Is the picture tilted in the frame on purpose?
02/04/2003 12:08:30 PM
That's different take on a cliche. Goo job. Beautiful reflection.
02/03/2003 04:42:21 PM
great shot...love the sepia tone!
02/03/2003 02:20:41 PM
this is a great night shot. I think it would look a little better if you cropped out the border. You can tell that the photo was rotated about 1 degree CCW, if you want a border crop it out and add one back that is all level. For the photo I give you a 7
02/03/2003 10:57:30 AM
Nice shot, but you need to rotate this and crop before framing to straighten the monument.
02/03/2003 05:00:33 AM
Awesome reflections. The lighting is excellent and so to is the composition. Well captured and GL.


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