The Nightly Afterglow!

The afterglow of the passing vehicles turned the scenery a dark shade of red, reminiscent of an old-school retro appeal so vivid the area felt like something out of Stranger Things.

The passing cars and street lights turned the city red; I heard Kate Bush Running Up That Hill and was mesmerised as her record came alive in my mind.

The magnificent glow as Kate Bush’s song was playing in my mind immersed me in moments of madness, uncovering the beauty of night as the feeling of the old-school came back.

As the nightly afterglow beckoned, the beauty in the light at dusk made the light trails shine so bright!

You may be running up that road, but are you running up that hill?

Chase the light, and let the music guide you through this nightly afterglow!

Alex Smithson

Music & Lyrics, TV Streaming Service & Creator Credits:

Music & Lyrics Credit: Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) – Released: 5th August 1985 – EMI

TV Streaming Credit: Netflix – Stranger Things – Season 4

Creator Credit: The Duffer Brothers

© Full copyright goes to the respective owners of the music & lyrics, TV Streaming Service and the creators of the aforementioned TV show.

© 1985, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2022

Device Used: iPhone 11
Apps Used: Apple Camera, Apple Photos & Instagram (Free)

Apple Photos Settings:

Auto: On
Live Photos: On
Long Exposure: On

Exposure: -5
Brilliance: +100
Highlights: -51
Shadows: -35
Contrast: +50
Brightness: +19
Black Point: -34
Saturation: +13
Warmth: +100
Tint: +11

Instagram Settings:

Filter Used: Mayfair

Lux: +50
Brightness: -50
Contrast: +69
Highlights: -75
Shadows: -50
Vignette: +100

ISO Speed: ISO-1000
F-Stop: f/1.8
Focal Length: 26mm

Date of Photograph Produced: Wednesday 9th November 2022

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