Blyth Beach Groynes Long Exposure

September 11, 2012 · 0 comments

in Landscape Photography, Newcastle Scenery Photography, Stock Photography

A 42 second long exposure of the groynes on Blyth Beach, Northumberland, UK. A seabird sits on furthest post. The breaking waves have turned into silky smooth white and the clouds movement is blurred. Posts are sharp and the bird has remain virtually unmoved in the time (slight blur to head and tail).
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A 42 second long exposure of the groynes on Blyth Beach, Northumberland, UK. A seabird sits on furthest post. The breaking waves have turned into silky smooth white and the clouds movement is blurred. Posts are sharp and the bird has remain virtually unmoved in the time (slight blur to head and tail).

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