This is a location that I have been meaning to visit ever since I began photography and one that has been visited by so many photographers over the years. I didn't go here to top some of those shots I have seen before those images have been made by the weather and lighting conditions only seen by being in the right place at the right time.
I waited a good half hour after sunset in a chilling wind for the light to be subdued enough and to capture the rocks with a long exposure. I used a 2-stop grad for this image as I tend not to blend long exposed images as they can appear unnatural
Lands End, Cornwall, UK
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Nikon D70 | Nikkor 18-70mm | focal length 50mm | ISO200 | f/18 | 30s | Cokin ND Grad 121M | Manfrotto 055PROB tripod + 141RC tilt pan head
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Where in Europe are you going to on your job?
As always, love it.
Well, this is a stunning shot, I love your work and have shown it to many people!
great work again, those rock formations are fantastic to see.