Image of the Week 3
Sunset over Tahunanui Beach, Nelson
I purposefully choose not to capture the same subject in the same light and create another cliché shot to represent the area (not that there is anything wrong with that), which wasn’t hard as this place is filled with an array of different landscapes.
With this 30 second exposure, the lights form the cars appear as coloured lines, streetlights have a star like effect, the moving clouds appear almost video like and the ocean looks smooth as perfectly stretched milk (being practicing my latte art lately)!
Long exposure photography gets me foaming, as you never quite know what you are going to get and the sense of surprise never gets old. Anything that is not moving will be clear and anything that is, will be recorded in its movement. The result, is that you end up with a photo that is different to how our eyes see the world and has an almost magical quality.
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The alert level has changed today and my mind racing with questions like, have I achieved my goals over this time and what do I need to do as a priority? As the pace of life speeds up for us all, I believe it is even more important that we keep our connection with the natural world.🦚
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