A long exposure image from the old Queenscliff pier on the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria.
Upon arrival we couldn’t have wished for better lighting conditions. The harsh sunlight was briefly softened and diffused by a large cloud bank sweeping across the sky. 🙂
Tech stuff – 30 seconds, f/16, iso50 with an ND400 filter.
The image above is available to purchase as a print in many sizes and forms here at Redbubble.
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