Five days north of Lisbon in September 2018 - i discovered this fabulous sunset spot and spent most evenings there around sunset to get a few images. Many thanks to Liana for tolerating my need to keep returning.
16mm 1.0s exposure to keep some pleasing interest in the sea. The turquoise colours really started showing through at sunset. Spent ages in different locations with a variety of exposure lengths. Wonderfull way to spend a few hours at sunset.
30s exposure at f9 using the Big Stopper and a hard grad on the horizon. I’m really enjoying the simplifying effect of the long exposures at the moment. Unusually for me, there is a man made element of the building in the top right, but I think its works ok.
20mm f4.5. Health and Safety would never have allowed this shot in the UK. I took my life in my own hands to get into position for this shot.
28mm for 30s. I really like the drama in the sea and sky and the blue tones against the orangey brown rocks.
Blue Hour Rocks
After the sun has peeked over the horizon, long exposures take on an unusual blue tone. Quite distinctive.
2.5s exposure as the sunset light gently caressed the underside of the clouds.
36s exposure from 500px bridge in the localised rain. A lovely rainbow developed later and i captured a few images, but they don’t feel quite right for me in this location.
1.6s Exposure to get some water movement, looking towards Uttakliev.
63s exposure the give a serene feeling to the otherwise fairly poor choppy sea.
The beautiful and harsh landscapes of Iceland. Can't wait to go back for another visit.