Seattle Times reader Michael Soike's multiple-exposure photo tracking sunset to dusk over downtown Seattle.
Michael Soike, Seattle
Photo taken: Oct. 9, Beacon Hill
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“Used Canon 5D Mark II with a 17-40mm f/4L lens at 19 exposures over four hours to capture the crossing of day to night in one image.”
Expert says: “This is a very creative photo that gets the viewer to look closer. I love that I can see the twinkle of the stars and the sunset in a single photo because of the multiple exposures. This photo would be very different during any other season; all of the key elements aligned to make this shot succeed — the moon, sun, sky clarity and changing tree color.”
— Katie Greene, Seattle Times photo staff
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