Moon over The Hague

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© Tom Hall
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Photo Info
UploadedApril 30, 2008
TakenSeptember 3, 2004
Exposure98 sec at f/29
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length190 mm
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The City of The Hague (The Netherlands) at night as seen from my apartment. I probably have the best panoramic view of this city and without the noise that usually goes with it.

6 responses

  • Laura Boston-Thek

    Laura Boston-Thek gave props (30 Apr 2008):

    Just amazing!

  • Laurie Search

    Laurie Search gave props (30 Apr 2008):


  • Chris Shal

    Chris Shal said (1 May 2008):

    Is it really possible ?!!!

  • Tom Hall

    Tom Hall said (1 May 2008):

    I will add the follow riddle to this image, "a rope, a bit of spit and elbow and the love for a woman". What's the answer?

  • Chris Shal

    Chris Shal said (1 May 2008):

    Une nuit "à la belle étoile" et sous le clair de lune ?
    Something very cool and romantic, Is'nt it
    Is it the good answer ?
    I don't speak very well english and had to look at the dictionnary for "a bit of spit and elbow" and suppose that's mean to make something shinning (?)

  • Tom Hall

    Tom Hall said (1 May 2008):

    Chris, I would make you wait for an answer. This is a composite. Actually they were both taken from the same location but different days and I basically put it online to see if people would notice. The this rope, spit and elbow( to put some effort into work/doing something) and the love for a woman came from the movie Bruce Almighty where Bruce pulls in the moon a bit closer using a rope to impress the woman he is supposed to marry but he screws up. ;) TOm

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