Tom Thompson Lake at night with a 30 second exposure!
Update: Two people in the comments have mentioned the poem by famous poet Su Dongpo (CE 1036-1101) of the Song Dynasty (CE 960-1279) in relation to this poem. I add the poem here, Enjoy!
I would like to ride the wind, make my home there, only I fear in porphyry towers, under jade eaves, in those high places the cold wind would be more than I could bear. So I rise and dance and play in your pure beams, though this human world — how can it vie with yours?
Circling red chambers, low in the curtained door, you light our sleeplessness. Surely you bear us no ill will — why then must you be so round at times when we humans are parted!
People have their griefs and joys, their togetherness and separation, the moon its dark and clear times, its roundings and wanings. I only hope we two may have long long lives, may share the moon’s beauty though a thousand miles apart.
Camera Model: NIKON D70s
Exposure: 30 sec
Focal: 18 mm
Aperture: f 13
Flash: Not Fired