This image is from a series of photos taken on that day when the sun didn't rise. It was extremely dark, just before 10AM. When I shot the photo, I raised the ISO to 4000 and used as wide an aperture as my lens allowed. Shooting in RAW allowed me to boost the exposure in post-processing, creating a distinctive noise from the sparse data and high ISO. This produced an aesthetic I liked, evoking something beyond time and possessing a texture akin to a Chinese ink painting on silk. I cropped the image, converted to greyscale, and adjusted the channels to further this effect.