Lights of December
December is a great month for photography - with all the illumination everywhere how can it not be? I really like night photography, so it's a double bonus. The only problem is, it's so pretty that you end up with more photos than you can possibly put in a post and realistically expect your viewers to look at, not just scroll through hurriedly. So, what do you do? Well, break them down by a few posts! With that in mind, let's start with some Butchart Gardens amazing light show and some downtown beauties.
Sunken Garden from the upper point of view...
...and a bit closer:
5 Gold Rings:
Lets move to the downtown now. Chinatown, Gates of Harmony:
A few street shots, wet surfaces from the recent rain add the atmosphere:
Christmas tree parade in the Empress Hotel:
Hope you like those lights because when we get to the next post, there will be more of them, with a nice surprise. Stay tuned.
Keywords: 12-40 f/2.8, Butchart Gardens, Christmas lights, downtown, Empress Hotel, Greater Victoria, Legislative Building, long exposure, low light, night photography, Olympus E-M1, Vancouver Island, Victoria
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