I was attending a workshop run by Dawn2Dusk and we finished the day at Durdle Door. Having a free rein to explore the beach in the context of Durdle Door Arch, I sought to make a series of slow exposures to track the water as the waves receded down the beach. It was late evening and placing my tripod in the sea, I was able to emphasise the water slowly passing me by as the wave receded. The late evening sun was decorating the rock formations. A very plain sky helped, in that the clouds did not distract from the movement of the water on the beach.Upload YOUR Picture • WIN $200 Cash
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