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02 January 2017

Happy New Year!


I took this picture the night before Christmas, but it's not Christmas lights you're seeing, it's simply taillights and traffic signals. We were in search of a good display for my Christmas day post (which ended up being the Edelweiss restaurant, HERE), and as we were driving around I accidentally took this picture! I debated on whether or not to use it for the blog, but in the end I decided that it's cheery and sets a nice tone for the new year.

Hope you enjoyed all the wonderful Photo of the Year pictures from us City Daily Photo bloggers yesterday! I look forward to many more great images from my blogging buddies in 2017!

5 comments:

LuiZ FernandoS said...

I usually keep most of my accidental photos. They make interesting abstractions

William Kendall said...

Accidental shots like this can end up making fascinating posts! Good one.

Tamera said...

I take so many accidental shots in my line of work! I agree, some of them can be really cool. I call them accidental art. But most of them are truly terrible! Ha ha!

Denton Harryman said...

Really good accident. Looks like the effect was intentional. Could you repeat the process?

Tamera said...

Easily enough done, Denton! It's called bokeh and it's pretty trendy right now, which is another reason why I wasn't 100% on board with posting the image at first. You can pull it off with a DSLR and a reasonably fast lens :)