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This is a "light painting" we did in the dunes of Death Valley National Park. There are dead trees and wonderful dunes with interesting bare ridges in the background.
Just after sundown, my shooting buddy "painted" the tree using a large incandescent flashlight during the exposure of 15 to 30 seconds. It was great fun, and we got some great shots (and a lot of dark ones.) Here is where a good camera really shines; the Olympus was a bit noisy for these long exposures. It will be interesting to try something like this again with the Nikon D90.

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