By MarkBroughton  

Took a trip to New Brighton this afternoon with Adam (sherlob) to test drive my new filter that was a christmas present, and very impressed by it.

This one of the results, a 123 second exposure.

Thanks for looking

Tags: Lighthouse Long exposure New brighton Landscape and travel

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28 Dec 2013 9:33PM


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fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2013 9:57PM
very nicely done Smile
28 Dec 2013 10:39PM
Beautiful capture.
28 Dec 2013 10:56PM
Super photography, Mark.

kojak Plus
3 14 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2013 11:01PM
29 Dec 2013 12:39AM
Great effect created by the old welding mask glass here, Mr B. I'm sure you'll put it to great use over the next few years Grin
29 Dec 2013 1:13AM
Just perfect!
Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 4:54AM
Stunning composition, very good work! IB
scootphoto 2 27 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 6:05AM
What can I say other than stunning.
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 8:51AM
A good example of how mood can be created without a stunning sunrise or sunset. (Good old 10 stopper) plus of course great composition and the skill to use the filter well. Absolutely love it Mark.
29 Dec 2013 10:24AM
Thanks very much to Dave Henderson, Kojak, Sherlob, Annabanana and Derek for the UA's I'm made up to get them Smile Huge thanks also to Tomcat for the GEA, really happy...

Derek, its a Hoya Pro NDX32 Filter which I believ is 5 stops.. with a 3 stop ND Grad on as well.

Thanks everyone for the comments, clicks and awards Smile
29 Dec 2013 12:04PM
Thank you Pete for the Award, hugely appreciated Smile
sherlob Plus
10 2.8k 126 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 1:03PM
What did I tell you Mark? Congrats...
almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 1:31PM
Another stunner Mark, well deserving of all the awards. The long exposure cloud streaks nicely echo the rock shapes in the wide angle FG.
DonMc 8 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 3:10PM
You have totally cracked this one Mark! Composition, Exposure, Focus!SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
kel55 4 8 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2013 4:13PM
Cracking shot.
AnnJ Plus
5 5 Scotland
30 Dec 2013 11:23PM
This is the most brilliant shot....would love to hear which filter you used!


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