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    The most beautiful light of the year...

    And I was stuck in the office.

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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    'least you have a window! ;)

    Know the feeling...

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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    Isn't light awesome? This shot makes me feel really good. I love the color/reflection - just beautiful.

    It makes me feel good because sometimes I see beautiful reflections at sunset, but I never deem the scene worthy to shoot and post it. Thanks for posting it - because it is awesome even though there isn't some beautiful lake in the background. ;)

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    And I was stuck in the office.

    BTDT!!!!

    I feel for you buddy! It kills me to watch a gorgeous sunset and not be able to shoot it!
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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    That is really nice light!
    So warm!
    Thanks for thinking of us Seb!
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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    What is that on the ceiling, if you don't mind me asking?

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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    Wow, what a golden bright color.

    Great lighting.

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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    Quote Originally Posted by bmadau
    What is that on the ceiling, if you don't mind me asking?
    It's a skylight, shared between my room and the one next to me. The boxy thing is a light that's mounted up there.
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    That's interesting...

    My studio/workstation is in a fairly dark room (when not lit with my daylight balanced fluorescents) of the house, and sometimes in the late afternoon I leave the lights off and just work off the computer monitor screens.

    If it's clear day, about this time a few golden strands of lights enter from an extreme angle of a side window from the setting sun and paint the most delightfully delicate illumination on small areas of my office.

    I never get tired of looking at the shapes and shadows that this light creates in the short time that it does it...

    I guess you could call me an "anti-sunset" kind of guy. I have no interest in photographing one. I'd much rather turn my back on it and marvel at the way it paints light on everything else... ;)
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    Re: The most beautiful light of the year...

    That pic reminds me of this pic:



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