A Splash of Saturation
I've mentioned this before, but I do love how the art of long exposure photography can stretch our perception of our surroundings. The example below isn't really a scene the human eye can ever perceive, but processed to graphical limits, a colorful palette emerges, painting a normally black night sky in cooling blues and deepening the warm yellows of the lit Splash Mountain face. I always feel like this might be like how owls see the world at night, and though I know the color isn't that intense, it's kind of fun to just imagine having night vision all the time in this extent.
|Another uber-saturated processing of Splash Mountain at night.|