Nubble's Shadow in the Moon Light
Here's another shot of Nubble Light taken at night. The moon is up out of the picture but directly above the lighthouse tower . The moon shimmers off the water, and because the moon was low, the tower's shadow is long, reaching halfway across the water. The red on the water is from the lighthouse light itself, and is pale in comparison to the bright moonlight; hence you see that red light only in the shadow.
This is a 30 second, ISO 800, f/6.3 24mm time exposure. It was very very dark, hard to see, hard to focus. With the exception of minor contrast adjustment, this is the view "as the camera saw it". I aided the available light with a 200 lumen LED flashlight swept back n forth across the scene during the exposure. The moon was at the third-quarter in phase
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