Tranquility at Moonrise in Jamaica
by Warren Owen
(Phoenix, Arizona, USA)
Tranquility at Moonrise
Contest Entry #08 - Tranquility at Moonrise
This was taken during our first trip to Jamaica. Sitting in a gazebo at Sandals in Ocho Rios, I took this shot after a storm earlier in the day.
The time was almost 10pm, and it was extremely dark out. The brightness and vivid colors are actually caused by a long exposure time.
Photos taken Dec 11, 2006
15-18 second exposure time
These are a couple of the pictures I think about almost every day, when I dream of our chance to got back to the place we love.
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