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Free Desktop, iPad & iPhone Wallpaper: “A Dance of Light”

Today’s image is a simple abstract created by combining a fairly slow shutter speed with a night shot of a high-speed amusement ride. I took it using a Nikon D800 at ISO 320, f/14 at .8 sec., using a fixed-length 85mm lens.

I am giving away today’s image as a free desktop and iPad/iPhone wallpaper: just reverse click on the appropriately sized image for your device and save it to the mobile device or a hard drive. The image orientation was flipped from landscape to portrait for the iPhone versions. If you like it, please share it!

Desktop Wallpaper: "A Dance of Light" [Save using Reverse-click and Save Image As...]

Desktop Wallpaper: “A Dance of Light” [Save using Reverse-click and Save Image As…]

 

iPad Retina Display Wallpaper

iPad Retina Display Wallpaper

 

iPhone 5 Wallpaper

iPhone 5 Wallpaper

 

iPhone 4 Wallpaper

iPhone 4 Wallpaper

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Moonlight

“Moonlight does things to a street scene that no other natural or man-made phenomenon can effect. People walk slower, their smiles lingering on contended faces. Horses that usually move along fast enough to stir up the dust off the street plod lazily in the clear, cool night. And in dark corners where people forget to look, the goons come out.”
― Bailey Bristol, The Devil’s Dime

While the quote above refers to actual moonlight, I’ve long enjoyed the quirkiness of the street scene created by the service counter entrance to Moonlight Starter and Generator. In business for nearly 40 years, it’s a quiet place where things do seem to move slower. You may notice in the photo how things are “in dark corners where people forget to look”, though perhaps not so much forgotten as ignored.

"Moonlight Starter" [Click the image to enlarge/reduce its size.] Nikon D300, ISO 320, f/3.3 at 1/4000 sec., 85 mm

“Moonlight Starter” [Click the image to enlarge/reduce its size.] Nikon D300, ISO 320, f/3.3 at 1/4000 sec., 85 mm

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