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Long exposure of a windy coast
Lens: Irix Blackstone 15mm Camera: K-1 Photo Location: Koehool, the Netherlands ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: Above 6s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Fries, 02-01-2019, 03:34 PM

Haven't had much time to go out for some landscape photography but this is one that slipped trough.

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Now that is stunning Frame it!
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Dramatic ! The long exposure really puts 'snap' into this photograph...the sky and the blurred movement of the plants. Colour, detail of the sand, etc...all make for an excellent photo. Well done.
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Beautiful photo! The clouds radiating above the horizon and the tidal sand and plants really work together.

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love the depth !
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Now that is stunning Frame it!
I think so too, Remco. Wonderful photo!

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Now that is stunning Frame it!
Thanks! I overextended my self a bit framing photo's for an exhibition last year and unfortunately already too much framed photo's I am afraid...


QuoteOriginally posted by lesmore49 Quote
Dramatic ! The long exposure really puts 'snap' into this photograph...the sky and the blurred movement of the plants. Colour, detail of the sand, etc...all make for an excellent photo. Well done.
Thanks you! It came out better than expected. The amount of wind pushing against the tripod with camera was considerable.

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Beautiful photo! The clouds radiating above the horizon and the tidal sand and plants really work together.
Todd, thanks! I love doing this sort of photography because it doesn't reduce a landscape to a static scene and catches some of the dynamic forces around.

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love the depth !
Alan thanks! The trick is to meet the wind head on to get the clouds to perform their magic.
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I think so too, Remco. Wonderful photo!

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Jer, thank you from stopping by and commenting!
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A wonderful shot Remco!

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A wonderful shot Remco!
Norbert thanks! About 10 day's ago I have seen some of 'your' part of the Waddensea up close; Borkum! Looks like a potential photo opportunity.... (I was on a coast guard vessel passing by.)
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this is very motivating for upgrading to k-1
vivid sight!
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this is very motivating for upgrading to k-1
vivid sight!
Thanks! The K-1 truly is a fantastic camera.
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