My '85 Corvette was recently photographed for Corvette Enthusiast magazine. It's not a special or rare car by any means, but I've racked up over 313K miles on her and she just keeps on going. (Still runs a 14 second 1/4 mile on the original engine!) Anyway, after seeing the photographer position the car for his photographs, I thought I'd give it a shot on my own. BTW, the photographer/editor is a friend of mine and I loaned him my 80-200 f/2.8 for the day. He shot mine and a few other cars w/it. I liked the look and decided to use it for this. D70, 80-200 at 145mm, f/16, 5 second exposure. In camera NR on. I did this at night in a shopping mall parking lot. I didn't really see the guard rail until I got home and looked at the images. But I did like the lighting on the tree in its fall colors. Please give me an honest C&C of this shot. Thanks!