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Stillness of the evening

The evening was so still as the sun set. There was no movement of the water and the moon was clear. The distant orange lights shone on the hazy river. The rich blue deepend as the coral pink faded, merging … Continue reading

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Stone Creek: Sunrise

Wishing to catch the sunrise I drove to Stone Creek, which is the point on the north bank of the Humber nearest to Immingham on the south. It is very remote and I treasure the isolation.

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Michael Wesley – Ultra long exposure photography

Found these ultra long exposure photographs by Michael Wesley of cityscapes very inspiring. They were taken over several years as the bulidings were constructed. Note the sun and moon trails sweeping across the sky.

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Soft Urban Lights

 

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