Scan of an old slide.
I bought a windshield tripod so I could take long exposures without getting off the car. But in winter, at night, it's not exaclty normal to see a car standing in the middle of nowhere with somebody on it and police would stop by to see if I needed help. I really appreciated their interest in my wellbeing but then I had to retake the picture since the act of answering would make the whole car shake, and so the camera.
This particular shot come out so purplish that I had to turn it to B&W.
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