Continuing the presentation of the endless surprises that long exposures bring to our eyes... an intense, yet calmer earth, soothing and vibrant, just like that imaginary alien planet which inhabits our imaginations, that planet we'd love to visit one day.
On a side note... notice those two separate "blotches" on the left at the end of the dark rock formation? It's a fisher, caught on the long exposure in two distinct positions.
Your comments and favs are very very welcome.
Vila Nova de Milfontes - Portugal
3 stop ND Grad
Manfrotto tripod + ball head
Remote Shutter Release
Exposure time - 2.5 minutes
Aperture - f9.5
ISO - 100