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Next week I'll be again working in Dorset, and this image (taken there during a Workshop One-on-One last December) came to my mind. This is the famous Durdle Door, but the sky that evening inspired me to go for a very long exposure, 200 seconds for a very dramatic B&W. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm Super-Wide-Heliar and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters.

 

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Thank you for viewing, best regards

 

Vieri

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Not doing it for me, Vieri.for several reasons the water doesn’t look like water, also I don’t see dramatic just to my eyes bad B/W darkness!

I hope you won’t be offended it is after all only my opinion?

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5 hours ago, Mike G said:

Not doing it for me, Vieri.for several reasons the water doesn’t look like water, also I don’t see dramatic just to my eyes bad B/W darkness!

I hope you won’t be offended it is after all only my opinion?

 

Hey Mike, no worries, I don't expect my photos to please everyone all the time, nor do I expect everyone to "get" this kind of long exposures and B&W :) Very luckily for me, you are in a definite minority.

 

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Vieri

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I like it. Somber and moody. I could picture this on a wall. 

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