Light & Dark

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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Amber streetlight. Sky scattering to the blue end of the spectrum. Tree.

16th Mar 2005, 23:34  

bronxelf says:

Thats gorgeous.

17th Mar 2005, 00:06

neel says:

I couldn't resist.

17th Mar 2005, 00:09

bronxelf says:

I'd highlight this, if I had even the remotest clue how to do that... *laughs*

17th Mar 2005, 00:11

neel says:

It is a special talent that not all possess...

You need at least 32EP, and you usually have to fight a cave troll to get that many this early in the game. You might be able to buy a spell from the old man who lives in under the waterfall at the end of the world, but it is a perilous journey...

17th Mar 2005, 00:16

bronxelf says:

Wow, what kind of THAC0 do I need for that?

And can I roll a saving throw against damage?

17th Mar 2005, 00:41

neel says:

You could always try calling upon the Ancient Ones and answer the three questions of ultimate truth?

17th Mar 2005, 00:44

bronxelf says:

Hm. I guess I'd best prepare myself, then.


Or, you know.. not.

17th Mar 2005, 02:00

daz says:

I love the colors... Great picture. :)

17th Mar 2005, 18:20

neel says:

Thankee... I don't take too many low-light level shots - this one came out with a surprising amount of detail.

17th Mar 2005, 18:22

daz says:

Yeah, it's really really good.. I tried to moblog a gorgeous sunset earlier, but it just wouldn't come out. :(

17th Mar 2005, 19:00

neel says:

Sunsets are tricky. They're usually too far away, or too indistinct. But they can look really pretty with a nice bit of cloud i n just the right place.

17th Mar 2005, 19:18