^^ I really like the ambiguity of some of those. Very cool lines and textures.
This is one of my favourite night time shots I've taken. I always like spotting the people who stood still, as this is around a 30 sec. exposure if I recall (too lazy to go find metadata hah). You wonder what made them stay put in one spot all that while as everyone else moved around them. This one did reasonably well for me too, which was a nice bonus.
This is part of a timelapse video I shot this summer at whistler actually, so the image res is smaller (shoot all my lapses in small .jpeg's). I'll compile it and post it if there's any interest, as I don't think I'm going to use it for anything else, didn't get a clear sky and the stars I wanted, but can't win em all!
and finally, something from way back when...
This was a portrait I shot of my friend for a highschool project. I was very new to DSLR's and very new to long exposures, which I gradually fell in love with! This was shot with a 30$ tripod I bought from Henry's and had to weigh down significantly, and a ancient Vivitar flash my dad got in the 70's. Pretty brutally lit- but still shows you can get by with a bit of resourcefulness and playing around. I nearly fried my camera's chip that night, we shot so many photos of just random crap trying to see what would work. Nothing more fun than just taking time to play around with your camera