This is the Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur, India. It's a stunning 19th century architectural marvel, and at night it is lit with multi-colored lights that certainly hold your attention. I took this shot from an island in the center of traffic, and I can attest to the fact crossing a street in a big city in India is a death-defying act! I shot this with a 5-frame HDR sequence with one f/stop increments, but the bottom portion of the image -- the traffic -- didn't look good with stacking the five frames. The movement of the cars were problematic. Therefore, I took the traffic streaks from a single frame and pasted that into the final composite. I used 100 ISO and f/22 because those settings forced the shutter speed to be long (10 seconds), and that in turn created the traffic streaks. My white balance was set to daylight.