Another one from Seseh Beach, Bali.
Canggu Beach, Bali. Around 0700 a.m.
50 sec. with a ND400 filter.
On the way to this beach I took this photo: morning light
Pura Tanah Lot is probably the most famous and most important water temple in Bali. That’s why you can’t take a photo there w/o ghosts wandering around it (on this photo: japanese visitors). 🙂
10 sec. exposure with ND400. My chucks got wet. B laughed out loud. 😀
Hi folks! We’re back from our honeymoon we spent in Bali, Indosesia (and a few days in Bangkok). Will upload some more photos soon … hopefully.
Legian Beach, Bali.
I’m not done with the Sardinia series. Still have a lot of photos to process. But don’t know when …
This is a 25 sec. long exposure taken with ND filter.
I don’t have much time for processing and uploading pictures. Too busy (that’s great!).
This is another shot of the beautiful Capo Pécora, West Sardinia.
10 sec. exposure time with ND filter to smooth the water in the foreground.
Another long exposure from our Sardinia travel; taken on the island Sant’ Antíoco. Kind of arty but really love how it came out. I think I’m going to get a print of this. 🙂
The large rock in the distance is called “Pan di Zúcchero” (sugar loaf) according to the one in Rio. Taken from the village Masua, West Sardinia.
(with ND-Filter, 4. sec.)
Water is so powerful. I love it to see and hear the waves crashing into the rocks.
As you can see, we’re back from Sardinia (italian island in the Mediterranean Sea). We spent 2 wonderful weeks in the south of the island, driving around with a sweet little car and visiting a lot of beautiful places. More to come within the next days/weeks.
Btw, this is a 10 sec. long exposure with ND400 at ISO50.
This is a long exposure with ND-filter taken at the beach of St. Peter Ording, North Sea.
You can also find this photo in the book “Extreme Exposure”, published by David Nightingale (chromasia.com).
Here are some shots:
Thank you, David. 🙂