Sunrising Rock II
On New Years Day I posted a partly submerged bedrock at sunrise, and a few days later a picture of bedrock with a fencepost and creamy sea and also some abstracts taken with a moving camera, and a tide pool all at sunrise. All were long exposures taken in low light with a polarizing filter. This photo was taken that same day – 12 minutes after the fence post shot and was followed by the tide pool 19 minutes later and the abstract another 5 minutes and finally the New Years Day shot another 8 minutes after that.
I guess I was moving pretty fast as there were other tripod locations in between, and quite a few shots in total. There was a bit of swell left that was moving the water just enough to blend individual waves into a fog around the rock and to turn a small patch of kelp into a grey smudge offshore.
Canon EOS 5D MkII, Canon 50mm f1.4 lens, ISO100, F16, 15 seconds, polarizing filter.