It had been awhile since I did a local shoot (other than my impromptu vulture one), and I was getting the itch. Additionally, I haven’t really gone out and about to see all the Christmas decorations like years past. So both of those factors led to me signing up last minute for a photo class to see Georgetown Glow with Capital Photography Center. Georgetown has various artists create light exhibits throughout the area each year to bring people to the area. It was a gorgeous 60 degree day, and despite the crowds I really enjoyed trying to creatively capture the exhibits. We moved pretty quickly from exhibit to exhibit, so for some I didn’t really spend enough time for me to really unlock my creativity. However, I really love light trails, and definitely played with those with both taillights as well as moving my camera (trying to keep at least one component sharp). I also liked examining the movement of the people when using various shutter speeds. All in all, the class met my goal of getting out and about locally with camera in hand.