A few years ago, we visited the famous Saguenay Fjord, a 6-hour drive from Montreal. Many cruise ships visit the area.
One night I approached the shoreline to take in the view down the fjord. The massive clouds were low and the colors of the sky and water created a feeling of warmth, drawing our eyes into the successive rocky bays to the left.
I set up my tripod and used my long focal lens on which I fitted a 10-stop ND filter. To compose the image, I used an 80mm focal length (35mm equivalent) with a 20-second exposure to soften the little waves.
I was happy to experience this beautiful moment with Mother Nature.
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