Last year went on a cruise with my family and a bud of mine. The first evening as we set sail, the sky lit up into one of the most amazing skies I've gotten the blessing to see. But of course on the front of a cruise ship, there's not really any foreground element, so I just shot the sky over the distant city. What are ya'lls thoughts, when the lights great, but no real foreground or even background element, do you shoot anyway even if it's just a sky?
One of our favorite local spots - you'd never guess this was in the middle of winter (since we usually have snow and ice at this point). I thought about removing my daughter, but it helps show the scale... though maybe I should change the color of her clothes? Thoughts?