A long exposure image taken at the Dragon’s Head rock formation at Number Sixteen beach, Rye, Mornington Peninsula.
Tech stuff – 20 secs, f/16, ISO100.
This image is available to purchase as a print here.
August 4, 2018 | Categories: art, Australia, Australian, beach, excursion, images, landscape, landscape photos, long exposure, low light, mist, mornington peninsula, motion blur, photo website, photographer, photography, photos, pictures, prints, sea, seascape, travel | Tags: Jim Worrall, long exposure, misty water, Morington Peninsula, Rye beach | Leave a comment
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