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Long exposure shot at Flamborough Head in subzero winter temperatures!
This image is lit by moonlight, Flamborough Lighthouse and a small LED torch to create the blue tint on the foreground cliffs.
Approximate 90 sec exposure hence the star trails.
great moody image
love the lighting and composition...
Canon EOS 500D, Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC. f3.5, 18mm, 200ISO, 90 seconds.
Great shot, love how you've captured the light.
great work, must be tricky to do too
i soo agree re being bored withy snow pics!
Love this one tho
Nice to see a different image of this lovely location.
very well captured.
Beautiful image indeed - well don
Beautiful image with superb tones a beautifully composed
Fantastic image. Really like this.
Surreal lighting, like it very much
Fabulous image. That is a book cover if ever I saw one.
Thanks to all.
This was taken at Flamborough shortly before midnight on 7th November 2009. It was something I'd wanted to try for a while but wasn't sure how it would go and whether the long drive from home was worth it. Anyway, after weeks of deliberating and being persuaded by my brother, I drove four hours and spent another four on the beach to get this shot along with a dozen or so others. It was lit solely by moon light (about 3/4 full), the lighthouse and a small LED battery powered headlamp with which I created the blue tinge on the rocks in the foreground.
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