There is always enough light to photograph under, as long as you are willing to wait. This gallery is dedicated to photos taken outside of the typical daylight hours.
Hey truck! Quit hiding! Do you think you are skinny enough to hide from me behind that pole? You stupid truck.
Have I seriously taken a photo of the Aerial Lift Bridge like every other tourist who visits Duluth? Yes. Yes I have. Deal with it.
Best result from the first roll of film that I ran through my Yashicatmat 124G. Looks like a keeper to me.
2:30ish AM, running around barefoot. The tree lit on fire and spoke to me! Not really.
I always drove past these trains which were about twenty-odd miles from where I was living at the time and wanted to shoot them at night, but never had the ambition to make the drive for just the photo. Then one night I found myself at a bar several blocks away from the location photographing [...]
Sometimes things die, and sometimes I stumble across their remains at one o'clock in the morning. Hour long exposure under overcast full moon.
This is an hour long exposure starting roughly at midnight. Completely random fact: I watched Enemy at Gates for the first time while this image was being exposed.
You may not know this, but this residence is home to the person who shot the famous internet video where the monkey picks its butt, then smells it and fall out of the tree.
We had stay up all night in honor of my brother's 30th birthday. He passed out from massive beer consumption. I picked up my camera and created this photo of the morning light illuminating some docks.