Busy Road Junction


“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.”Aaron Rose

Have you tried light trail photography?

The captivating streaks of light that are recorded in a long exposure photo—often taken in low light—are known as light trails.

In the above photo, you can see the light trails (on either side of the bridge), produced by the fast movements of the cars at the road junction. Almost a triangle is formed!

In this type of photography, one uses a long shutter speed, to capture car lights as they drive past.

The use of light trails can convey a sense of speed, motion, and energy.

Can you count how many vehicles are passing through this junction at the time of the click?


“A busy road junction is a metaphor for life – there are always multiple paths to choose from.” Unknown

This post is part of 

Debbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday-Busy

SueW & GC’ Weekly prompts-Busy



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