With only a few hours limited to the day to shoot--my photography, recently, has forced its way to shoot at night. During film days and 35mm cameras, carrying around a clunky flash was awkward and cumbersome, so I steered away from night time photography. With the age of Digital cameras, the ability to shoot without the flash while allowing light in-or back light, sometimes called the Flash Off feature, is an excellent way to capture night time shots without disturbing the surrounding around you. The Flash Off feature proves useful in situations where Flash is Prohibited as well. All photos shot in the Route 110 Delights were shot in this method.