Yep, it was a long exposure indeed! Big Stopper is 10 stops, yes.164 seconds, that's some long exposure!
It has given you a nice milky sea and plenty of movement in the clouds
I don't use NDs, is the "Big Stopper" 10 stops?
Good start to your 52
This was taken at a beach called Buck's Mills, North Devon (you can find it from the A39 coast road, between Barnstaple and Hartland). Our first time here and it is a gorgeous, secluded beach. I didn't know it at the time but, when the tide goes out it reveals sand too (I saw this on some images on twitter) - so, i'll be back there.I want to go here!!! Wherever it is. You have mastered the long exposure ever so well. Simply a stunning first image for you of 2019. Look forward to seeing what else you pull out of the camera.
yep, 'new to me' as it was bought from a fellow forum user, as used. Thanks for the positive comments, I really enjoyed trying it out and am very pleased withthe result.Jim, like the concept new to me ! The smoothness over the rocks at the front add something quite interesting
It is indeed clean as a.....
Personally i'd have liked to have seen it at a different angle, not sure if face on or turned, but want to see what the writing is and any other details to the whistle