My final image from Northumberland (for now) is yet another one from Holy Island.
It was actually pretty dark when I was taking this image, and I used a flashlight to work my way to the edge of the water.
However, it was a long exposure that brought out a lot of light, some moving clouds, and even allows us to see the movement of a few stars in the sky.
The bright light in the distance was just a streetlight or a house light of some sort that was providing a strong glow to the scene, so I accentuated it with a flare, because I can.
This is a scheduled post, so I have no idea where I am when this is being posted – though I imagine it’s sat in a conference room in a hotel in Singapore.
Off to Philippines tomorrow.
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 14mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 95s