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Time & Motion

By carper123
The last, hooray. SadSmileWink Taken the day after the storm, it was still breezy with quite a few breakers coming in, the misty look on the water is the actual waves, caused by the the slow shutter speed, about 8-10 seconds, its recorded more like a sea mist. ( looking at the height of the mist gives you an idea how big the breakers were, next shot I took, the clock was gone, luckily I am still here, I did recover the clock and yes its still working. LOL. BlushWinkSmile
All the best my friends.
Darryl.Smile

Tags: General Seascape landscape creative slow shutter speed deal kingsdown clocks

Voters: widtink, morpheus1955, John_Horner and 43 more

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Comments


widtink Plus
4 406 2 Scotland
31 Oct 2013 12:14PM
WoW SmileSmile This is a timeless image Blush

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Quoise Plus
4 787 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 12:26PM
Another well worked image Smile
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 12:39PM
Making good use of your clock, great steaming sea. Great processing. Peter.
31 Oct 2013 1:25PM
A lovely effect in this image, Darryl. Perfect title too Smile - trust you took your clock home, otherwise it would have gone all rusty! GrinGrin

Lavina
rayme330 5 17 1 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 1:28PM
A super composition Darryl, love the 'misty' waves and the textures, well done mate.

Ray
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
31 Oct 2013 1:29PM
Superb sky contributes much to this fine image.

Albert
Another impressive work Darryl.
Effrossini
mikbee Plus
9 3 8 Scotland
31 Oct 2013 2:56PM
A fine ending to your time shots Darryl.
I do not agree with Lavina however.
You SHOULD have left it to get all rusty !!
Mick.
31 Oct 2013 3:09PM
Wow! Love it. It's the sky that does it for me, amazing clouds GrinGrinGrinGrin

Kathryn xxxx GrinGrinGrin
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 117 14 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 3:18PM
Great image, great skySmile


Cliff
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 3:48PM
Very well worked SmileSmile
Helen
31 Oct 2013 4:09PM
Another Beauty!

Dave
Briwooly Plus
11 452 5 England
31 Oct 2013 5:07PM
A well thought out and executed shot nice one

Brian...................
richmowil Plus
8 317 2 England
31 Oct 2013 5:46PM
Excellent creativity, linked to super processing maketh a fine image, Darryl!!
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
31 Oct 2013 6:35PM
You could have gave your clock wings and put it in the sky. And for a finale .Time Flies. the Final Hour, Up and Away, etc. etc. etc. But love it the way it is too. See Weed Time.
marktc Plus
6 96 14 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 7:37PM
Nicely done old chap.
nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
31 Oct 2013 9:20PM
Surrealistic and reminded me of Chagall.
pamelajean Plus
10 971 1858 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2013 10:31PM
Perfect title, Darryl.
I find this quite surreal.
Glad you faced the breakers and that they didn't alarm you too much, and that you had time for a long exposure, which you handled well, so you could bring us this amazing image for hour enjoyment, embellished by your trusty timepiece.
Lovely picture, perhaps better without the clock. But then the title wouldn't work.
Fefe Plus
5 23 31 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2013 3:43PM
Rather alarmingWinkTongueGrin
Diane
1 Nov 2013 7:00PM
You have a wonderful imagination for this type of stuff Darryl, a great shot and I love the misty look. Your processing is superb. Moira
9 Nov 2013 10:51AM
Time and tide waits for no man Darryl, great composition!SmileSmileWink
Regards Don

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