Tonight while out and about, I took a few photos of a small town called Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Lawrenceburg is just a few miles west of Cincinnati, Ohio. It sits on the Ohio River and is now known for it’s casino, Hollywood.
These photos were taken on the top floor of a parking garage overlooking the city. I set my shutter on thirty seconds, the maximum allowed by my Nikon D3100. The long shutter allowed as much light to enter the camera. This caused the street lights to have a twinkle and any passing car to be one red or white line.
It was cold tonight and waiting thirty seconds for the shutter to close was a bit painful. (It also takes about thirty seconds after the shutter closes for the picture to be processed.) However, the steam from the factories flowed across the city and made for a foggy background.
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