Night Blur – Three Cities, Three Shots


Continuing with the night blur series, here are three shots taken in three different Southern California cities over the past week.


6 thoughts on “Night Blur – Three Cities, Three Shots

  1. Great shots, Igor – I particularly like the woman hunched in front of the shop window – there’s a lot of mood and feeling here.

    And I like the way in which, in the largest of these images, the slow shutter speed is causing the moving figure to lose substance, to start becoming insubstantial – a blur in front of a façade, trending to nothingness. Adrian 🙂

    • Thank you so much, Adrian. I really appreciate your feedback. My personal favorite of the three is the woman in front of the window as well.

      “… a blur in front of a façade, trending to nothingness.” I like that! 😀

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