Seeing as we're going to be getting snow again over the next couple of nights, my plans for a star trail/ waterfall night shot for the Critique Buddy group is going to have to wait. Luckily, I did have a contingency plan. I went to play about with a new high-powered torch that I actually bought for light-painting goldfish
I used the torch to light the inside of the harbour, trying to lift the tones a bit. I was fighting the sunrise though, so the exposure time was limited to thirty seconds (I would have liked a couple of minutes). Kind of wish I'd used the flashgun as well though, just to sharpen up the boat.
Couple of notes about the location, this is supposedly Scotland's smallest harbour, with an entrance just 2m wide.