Movement Along The Coast | Sand Beach | Acadia National Park
I like capturing movement in long exposures.
Usually that takes the form of water in landscapes. Often its waterfalls.
In this photo the ocean is moving along the coast of the beach.
Along the edge of the sand the photo shows the soft white that is the motion of the waves crashing on the shore.
Through the long exposure of 30 seconds the waves on the shore and across the body of water smooth out and have a silky smoothness to them.
The other aspect of motion in this image is the fact that there are people along the shore of the beach.
The people leave a ghostly impression as they move across the sand.
Photo details: Nikon D300S. Tamron 18-200mm f3.5-6.3. Focal length 28mm. ISO 100. 30 sec. f/13.
Thank you for joining me on the blog today. I hope you enjoyed this study in motion along the beach.
There are more photographs to see in this gallery of images from Maine.