A night photo of a bridge connecting with a Shinto temple in a lake located in the crater of an extinct volcano.
This is a 15 minute exposure and in addition to a the full moon which took care of the ambient light it was also illuminated by a single National PE-3057 flash....fired about 22 times.
Fortunately, one side of the lamp post had no glass and I was able to place the flash inside, face it straight up, and fire it off twice to simulate the lamp being lit. After retrieving the flash I then played a small LED flashlight over the near (shadow) side of the lamp post for several seconds.
The last bit was to illuminate the side of the bridge. I put the flash on a monopod, extended it over the side of the bridge as far as I could and fired it off 10 times while crossing the bridge. Going across I fired next to the posts. Coming back I fired it 10 more times halfway between the posts.
The flash, by the way, is about 30 years old and I picked it up from an online auction for roughly $10. You can spend tons of money on photography gear if you want to, but you don't have to.