The other day I posted about viewing an event (or too much life) through a camera view finder and not experiencing the moment, this image below is an example of being grateful for being able to capture the moment in the form of a photograph to remember the feelings, the sounds in my head.
This was captured as a long exposure (60 seconds) looking directly out over the North Sea shortly after capturing this image (https://plus.google.com/photos/111835024921462866899/albums/5748018995026378577/5748615880408358322)
This moment was as calming as anything I can remember for years, the colours, the sounds of the gentle waves, the solitude, the freedom – feeling as if you could just float it was so serene. Something I’ve needed for so long, in these stressful, hectic, times we live in…
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It was also a shot I rejected for‘s Scavenger Hunt (Long Exposure Theme)
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