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Flamborough Nights

By pcwillows    
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.

Voters: youmightlikethis, martinjp, IMAGESTAR and 31 more

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great moody image

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10 Jan 2010 7:29PM
love the lighting and composition...

Martin.
10 Jan 2010 7:30PM
Canon EOS 500D, Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC. f3.5, 18mm, 200ISO, 90 seconds.
WOW.John
10 Jan 2010 7:37PM
Great shot, love how you've captured the light.

Michael
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2010 8:02PM
great work, must be tricky to do too
Phil
10 Jan 2010 8:22PM
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.

Kerry
10 Jan 2010 8:51PM
wonderful
bob
Beautiful image indeed - well don

Chris
10 Jan 2010 9:05PM
Beautiful image with superb tones a beautifully composed
Alexa
andy_AHG Plus
7 106 6 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2010 9:06PM
Fantastic image. Really like this.

Andy
superb image
Gareth
CC Plus
8 51 Wales
10 Jan 2010 9:35PM
Surreal lighting, like it very much Smile
pdove Plus
7 22 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2010 2:19AM
Fabulous image. That is a book cover if ever I saw one.
Regards,
Phil
11 Jan 2010 9:06PM
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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