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Rodeo Beach, Marin County, CA.
13 sec exposure @ f/16 with Lee ND filters.
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  1. hazarika 74 months ago | reply

    Stunning long exposure!

  2. cteteris 72 months ago | reply

    your long exposures are amazing!

  3. Barry O Carroll (Moved to a new account) [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

    Love how the long exposure has blurred the clouds.

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  4. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

    Lovely capture

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  6. Blue_Horse 67 months ago | reply

    excellent !!

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  7. sidozze 65 months ago | reply

    CampagnoloParthiv Patel In fact, this is a nice picture, but I find that less photoshop work after photograph shooting would be better... :-P

  8. Jinna van Ringen 65 months ago | reply

    @sidozze: this is not photoshop work, this is a long exposure photo during the day time, created by using Neutral Density filters. No photoshop effects.

  9. Chip Shotz 65 months ago | reply

    Exceptional exposure! The ND filters get tremendous results!

  10. Lauris Reiniks 64 months ago | reply

    Great shot! I think you really can win a "Waterscape" photo contest on photorush.com

  11. Marion Dubois Photographie 57 months ago | reply

    great picture!!!! love it

  12. Dalma Szallonntai(from here to Ipernity) [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

  13. green gennii 55 months ago | reply

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    Aguamaniacos-Watermaniacs (post 1, comment 5)

    stunning shot

  14. Bakar_88 52 months ago | reply

    How amazing it is!!

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