A photographer for nearly 25 years, Michael Kenna uses extended night exposures (in black and white) to dramatically transform the landscape. His subjects tend to be simple- nuclear power plants, rivers, bridges, fountains, yet he makes them magical and otherworldly. His published work includes Night Walk, Night Work, and Le Notre’s Gardens. He shoots a vast majority of his work in Europe. Kenna, now in his 50’s, is British but currently lives in San Francisco. The web site http://www.edelmangallery.com/kenna.htm has several examples of Kenna’s images, and if you have lots of money you could buy one too.