Tonight’s Camera Exposure – Ocracoke Village

At first glance, this might not look like a night photo, but remember from my definition of night photography that the main requirement is only that the sun be below the horizon. When I shot this photo, the sun had set about 10 minutes earlier and although it was below the horizon, it was still illuminating the higher clouds.

Sunset at Ocracoke Village
Sunset at Ocracoke Village waterfront. Nikon F5, Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8 lens, Fujichrome Velvia 50 film, probably about 5 seconds at f/11ish.

I made this image many years ago in Ocracoke Village on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. In yesterday’s photo, I talked about getting lost as a means for making unique photos. Well, Ocracoke is certainly a great place to try to lose yourself, but it’s so small that the experience is always short lived. You can walk clear across the village in only 20 minutes!

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