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 favourites are very welcome!

José Ramos – official website – http://www.joseramos.com
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Vila Nova de Milfontes – Portugal

3 stop ND Grad filter
Hoya ND400
Manfrotto tripod + ball head
Remote Shutter Release

Exposure time – 2.5 minutes
Aperture – f9.5
ISO – 100

Comments

  • Barbara  Brown
    Barbara Brownover 4 years ago

    A beautiful image Jose! Love those textures in the rocks!

  • GenuineDragon
    GenuineDragonover 4 years ago

    Stunning work, well done.

  • John  De Bord Photography
    John De Bord ...over 4 years ago

    Par for the course bud

  • jsavatt
    jsavattover 4 years ago

    Awesome picture!

  • johyboi
    johyboiover 4 years ago

    id love to capture images like this, i just love your work.. keep them coming buddy :)

  • Denitsa Dabizheva
    Denitsa Dabizhevaover 4 years ago

    Breathtaking beauty!

  • margotk
    margotkover 4 years ago

    An exceptional shot – beautiful!

  • LBrammer
    LBrammerover 4 years ago

    Yeah! Would love to visit that planet. Great image. Fav. :)

  • dominiquelandau
    dominiquelandauover 4 years ago

    lindissimo!!!!!!!

  • NickSchindler
    NickSchindlerover 4 years ago

    your photos are amazing!

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