One of the few
things I actually like about this month
are the lights. More specifically, the
lights most people decorate their palm trees
Driving back from dropping Spring off at work, I saw some
impressive displays; impressive enough to go back and take pictures.
So I find myself parking my car at a shopping center
in northern West Boca at 2:00 am in the morning, digital camera and tripod
in tow as I walk a block towards an exclusive, gated community to photograph
their entrace light show, thoughts of cops dancing in my head;
anything done at 2:00 am can be construed as suspicious these days but the
traffic is very light, which is one of the reasons I picked 2:00 am for this
little outting. I setup directly across the street from the development and
start taking pictures.
Of course, it was at that precise moment that traffic picked up,
cars and trucks wizzing past (as you can see in the picture, which
isn't a bad effect really; I like it).
Obviously, I made it home okay.
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