While visiting Victoria, BC previously on a truck shoot with Dorothy, we took a walk after dinner around the Victoria Harbour. The buildings surrounding the water were extremely colorful and their reflection on the water doubled the beauty. I was without a tripod at the time and didn’t want to settle for a noisy, high ISO image that would have resulted from hand holding the camera with such minimal light. I balanced my camera on the rock wall that surrounded the water so that I could use a low ISO, small f-stop for greater depth of field, and the ensuing slow shutter speed to get the proper exposure. I set the delayed timer to eliminate camera shake, and created these images.