That Night On The Porch  

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Uploaded: 10/17/17 3:05 PM GMT
That Night On The Porch
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Darkness overtakes the lodge at Hollyhock Centre. Most of the yogis are doing sleep meditation. Cortes Island, BC, Canada.


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10/17/17 3:10 PM GMT
One thing that came to mind is I bet the view of the night sky is amazing from there. In most places you can only make out the big dipper, Orion and a couple other bright nearby stars. It's been ages where I could see the Milky way at night. This is a shot for B/W.
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10/17/17 5:32 PM GMT
The black & white sets a very nice mood, Ted, and I'm really drawn to that unique fencing and gate (now that I'm retired I finally get to fully rework my back yard!).

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10/17/17 9:04 PM GMT
Very moody, and a superb entry for the challenge. I like the composition as well. tigs=^..^=
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10/18/17 8:09 AM GMT
Nightly B&W night shots can't be seen often, Ted, but a very good B&W night shot can even be seen rare.
Perfect shades of white to gray to black make it to a wonderful entry for the Wednesday B&W challenge!
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10/18/17 9:58 AM GMT
A striking image - the lighting is splendid.
Will be added to the BWC tonight - thank you
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