The Arc de Triomphe at night, cars whizz past leaving trails of light and showing that the France has an obsession with making roads with ten lanes too many, just to put off foreigners. It's an unusual angle of one of the most famous sites in the world, we can see the famous face but also the side which has a smaller arch, there are arches all over the thing. The photo was taken at night and there is either a massive black blanket covering the sky or there is so much light pollution that the camera is failing to pick up that the night sky has stars in it. Considering the angle of the shot and some of the background showing behind the monument, I think we'd need a one mile square black blanket, that's pretty infeasible. The building (is it a building, I think I heard there are rooms within it) it lit in a warm yellow light which does a great job of accenting the intricate sculpting that parts of the archway has. très bien.
Trying Out BlackArch
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A beginners quick evaluation of BlackArch, a penetration testing Linux distribution.