Durdle Door

An overcast November day seemed to hold little promise for photography but I went to Durdle Door for sunset, just in case. As I arrived, the clouds began to break up. The tide was low enough that I could scramble onto a small rock ledge that is usually underwater, to capture an unusual angle on the rock arch. I used a graduated neutral density filter to hold detail in the sky. A long shutter speed has rendered the sea smooth and shown movement in the clouds.

F/22, 30 seconds, ISO 100
Accepted: Bristol 2008, Wrekin 2014

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Durdle Door

An overcast November day seemed to hold little promise for photography but I went to Durdle Door for sunset, just in case. As I arrived, the clouds began to break up. The tide was low enough that I could scramble onto a small rock ledge that is usually underwater, to capture an unusual angle on the rock arch. I used a graduated neutral density filter to hold detail in the sky. A long shutter speed has rendered the sea smooth and shown movement in the clouds.

F/22, 30 seconds, ISO 100
Accepted: Bristol 2008, Wrekin 2014

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Item added to cart