Tail lights in the fog (fog nighttime ). Photo by LarryD

Tail lights in the fog

Uploaded by: LarryD

Tuesday January 29, 2013

NE

Caption: I was taking photos of tail lights in the fog when this vehicle passed me. I found the pattern of white lights across the top interesting. I will let you guess what kind of vehicle left those light trails. I will tell you that I did not Photoshop this picture. Those are as you see them.

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About LarryD

LarryD

I really enjoy this site. The wonderful photos I see here never cease to amaze, and inspire me. I look forward to reading the comments on my photos. I am inordinately pleased when I am awarded an Approvers Choice. I use Nikon equipment and am especially fond of macro photography. I continue to be astounded by the beauty in the miniature world visible though my lens. Additionally, I rarely have to venture very far to find interesting subjects.The Henry Doorly zoo is my favorite location. If you get to Omaha Nebraska. I highly recommend you spend some time at the zoo with your camera. Larry

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