I did another attempt tonight.
found myself at the shopping center
(you can see my car
in the lower right corner of the
) for a second try. I had just parked my car behind
a hedge when just over the top I see the lights of a police cruiser slide
by, heading out of the shopping center and onto the main road; the cop
either ignored my presence or didn't see me, which suited me fine. I
grabbed the camera and tripod and started walking, only to see a security
van drive by, again either ignoring me or not seeing me.
Other than that, there was much less
traffic this time.
This time, setting the camera to night scenes, no flash, artificial lighting
and ASA 100 the
images came out much better.
It was only as I was walking back did I notice the “NO
TRESPASSING” signs leading into the shopping center and I had to
wonder, Am I really trespassing? Technically it might be, but I had
only used the area to park the car; I wasn't really hanging out in
the area and I did park very near the entrance.
Good thing I had just missed the cops.
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