Light Cycles

By: Colby Perry

Oct 09 2012

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Category: Architecture, Seattle

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Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:70mm
ISO:100
Shutter:30 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Long exposures have the ability to capture my imagination.  Sometimes it’s right away, sometimes its not until after I unload the images and begin diving into the goodies of the night do I begin to see what I may had not that night (does that make sense to anyone other than me?).  One of my favorite movies growing up, and one of my first DVDs I purchased was TRON.  In it, they feature these motorized vehicles called Light Cycles that were used to battle and they left a barrier that you could not cross over without perishing.  There were two colors, blue (good), and red (bad).  It’s what I see in the Ferris wheel in Seattle.

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