“Things [tend] look different in the darkness of night, and pops of artificial lighting [tend to] lend a sense of mystery – and perhaps eeriness – on how our surroundings look like once the sun goes down.
At night, artificial light sources – and everything they illuminate – become the focal points of our gazes. In some cases, these things are not the things we normally look at when everything is well lit by the sun. So, in a way, nighttime allows us to see and experience the world in a wholly different way.
As a person who also works once everyone else is asleep, I enjoy the relative quietness and serenity of the night. But, how about you? What do you see when you view these landscapes? Breathtaking beauty? Restlessness? Wonderment? Or, perhaps, fear?”
(An excerpt of an article I wrote for Beautiful Bizarre)
These 100% unretouched images are captured using one of my favorite lenses at all time: Lensbaby Velvet 56 at ISO 25600, 1/40, f/5.6