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Centrally lit, 2 of 2
Image by fotoeins
Princes Wharf, Auckland, New Zealand – 2010 October 16.
450D + 18-55 IS : 10 sec, f/11, ISO200, 55 to 18mm.
At the start of the exposure, I set the focal length to 55mm. Over the duration of the 10-second exposure, I turned the zoom-ring to five different focal lengths, where the exposure at each setting lasted between one- and two-seconds. It was a little hard to tell, since I was counting "one steamboat, two steamboat …"
Image by Corey Templeton
I thought this had a neat tilt-shift kind of effect. I took it with my camera placed on the sand. I think at first glance it ‘s hard to tell how close to the ground the camera is.
Image by bettlebrox
It was really frosty. Perfect day to be hopping over the normally wet bogs
ups the mountains, as they were hard enough to walk on.
All those rock were left there during the last ice age when glaciers roamed over Ireland.