Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Nashville at Night

This is amazing!  I had my "toy camera" with me  at the ready - my SONY Rx 100 - on my flights home.  The quality of the images this small camera produces is just astounding!  I can take photographs at "film speeds" of 6400 and even 12,800, and the quality is amazing.  It is very close to the quality of a full sized digital camera.  It is so different from film days, when my normal film speed was 400 and you could get films of 1600 and 3200, but that was it.  Digital sensors have changed all that.  According to the moving map display ahead of me said that we were going by Nashville.  I can't say for sure, but it is really an interesting abstract image, isn't it?


Anonymous said...

Makes me think of an underwater image. I really like this photo. bsk

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous photo! I know the stars are compelling, set against a black sky, but nothing beats city lights from the air at night. NYC is a favorite, of course. It's all fairy dust and glitter once every trace of daylight has vanished.

Ken Spencer said...

Thank you both for your comments! This is funny - I never equated city lights from the air, with stars! You are so right!