Weekly Photo Challenge – Ephemeral – Photography

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On cold wintry night when wind answers wolf’s howl, while lights flicker like fleeting fire flames, and barren branches cast eerie movement on frosted windows until fearful moon hides behind darkened cloud, with glass of Amontillado as last pixels fade, erasing words Vincent ushered from Poet’s beating heart, soon to be seen . . . nevermore, ephemeral souls departed, move cold draft on face and for digital sensors, leave trace.

 

ephemeral

ephemeral

Technical

  • Single 16 second exposure, no post processing, only file size reduction, old 5 mp digital camera with possibly a ND filter, no in camera processing, no ghost filters
  • Honest
  • f/8
  • 16 sec
  • 48 mm (288 mm – 35 equivalent)
  • ISO 80
  • Kodak Z7590
  • Woman – unknown
  • Location – (barely?) living room
  • Who you going to call?

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5 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge – Ephemeral – Photography”

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  3. badfish Says:

    Nice new photo, same old title!!

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    • steveo Says:

      Thanks. I’ve been throwing around haven’t or have not, like ‘haventfoundagoodtitleblog’ or ‘havenotfoundagoodtitleblog’. Much more grammatical. But right now I’m sort of concentrating on figuring out what’s wrong with that camera.

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      • badfish Says:

        Grammar is highly over rated. Ain’t is better. Sounds more like a title. “Have” just sounds like you haven’t (even if you want to change, it’s better we don’t know that!!!) Cause your title is interesting.

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