Here is False O'Malley mountain of Alaska's Chugach Mountains. This long exposure (195 seconds) was taken in mid-winter, midnight Alaska darkness, lit mostly by the moon, with a bit of warm glow from Anchorage's distant city lights added in.
I'm intrigued, of late, with photos like this. They are long time exposures taken when it's extremely dark, but look very much like they were taken mid-day. In fact, you might not even be able to tell they are night-time photos without the stars showing in the night sky. There is some other subtle difference from daylight photos, however, that I haven't been quite able to put my finger on. I'm calling these #daylike photos.
January 15th, 2017
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