The Eiffel tower at night is a beautiful thing. Seeing it during the day is one thing. But let's face it, apart from it being one of the most recognizable structures in the world and the symbol of Paris, it's really just a very industrial-looking steel tower. But at night...at night it's transformed into something magical. It glows yellowish/orangish just after dark and every hour on the hour it starts to sparkle. I'm telling you, magical.
I love shooting at twilight. There's something so real about setting your camera to Bulb, sticking it on a tripod and holding a remote. I love how the camera perceives so many colors that the naked eye can't. There is no color manipulation in the three photos below. It's just what the camera captured at different shutter speeds. There's something about each one that I like, I couldn't choose just one to show. Do you have a favorite?