Long Exposure Photograph of the interior of a vintage car sitting outside an old Sears Kit House. The full moonrise was a late one that night, so we sat in the car for awhile waiting for it to climb up over the treetops. That is until we noticed that thick clouds had completely hijacked the sky. We needed something to do while we waited for the moonlight to come back. There was an old ’50s Ford V8 Customline, nestled amongst a bunch of trees and refuse. As we circled around it, we took note of the busted-out back window. Well let’s try to shoot inside of it, right toward the iconic dashboard. Using nearby bricks as a tripod, leveled out with a nearby tree branch, I climbed all over the surrounding rubble with my colored flashlight—careful to avoid the nails in the wooden boards and shards of glass in the windows—with a stream of police sirens as our soundtrack. It took a few tries but we knew we were onto something. You do your best thinking behind the wheel. And this beauty also just so happens to be the cover image on the album Summertime Songs by Field Report. Kinda a dream come true over here on Team Flash Nites.
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