Tonight At Midnight We

Another photo taken from my new years eve photos that have often been requested to have the desktop treatment applied. I am simply cutting them to size, tagging, and uploading them when I have the time to put into it. I will continue to add the ones that are left that I feel would make for a good desktop. So if there is one that you liked that you had not seen appear here yet sit tight and it may show up here soon. This was one of my favorite photos from the bunch although when you see it bigger and your as picky as I am you will notice its not in perfect focus or anything. Its amazing it came out really as I was shooting fully manually with manual focus and handheld without a tripod and the idea that this shot managed to shine through as it has made me quite happy really as I was not sure what to expect from all the shots I took that night.

I also have a bunch of film that I have gone through and scanned and while many of these may not make it to be desktops I will be posting them on flickr and may post my favorites here in a post to share with everyone because there are a number of nice images to be seen. As soon as I find an adequate way to scan film images in digitally I will assemble my portfolio site which cant come soon enough because I am looking to come out for hire this year as a photographer both commercially and with prints and such things as time goes on. While I am starting out the new year a bit on the broke side I am still hopeful I will turn things around with time. Besides, the winter is always a bit on the slow side.

Random thoughts aside you can download the desktop of this image by clicking or right clicking here and downloading the attached zip file but please mind the terms of use. I always have a sense of hesitation when posting images I really like because I would hate to see them misused down the line, otherwise, thanks for visiting and enjoy!


  1. snu - June 1, 2009 at 6:57 am

    Genious shot

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