I had a couple of hours to spare last Sunday and as the weather was half-decent for once, I thought I would take the opportunity to try some daylight long-exposure shots using my new 9-stop ND Filter. So I headed off to the coast at the North-end of the Wirral peninsula:
How cool to be able to get five second exposures in the middle of a bright sunny Winter’s day…….I think I’m going to enjoy using this filter…:0)
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
13 Responses to “Meols Sea-wall”
Neat shots! ~SueBee
Silky water! I particularly like the third picture.
Love the 3rd photo Mark, let me know next time you are out in the West Kirby, Hoylake area and perhaps we can meet up.
Thanks Karen…..the third shot is my favourite too. If I think on next time I’ll let you know……but it can often be a spur of the moment thing.
Smashing images Mark, the third is my favourite!
Thanks Adrian…..mine too
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I have got the ND filter on my radar screen, get excited thinking about it. MM 🍀
Definitely worth purchasing
They’re great fun to play with aren’t they? 🙂
Good to see you on Leanne’s “Introductions” – you’ll probably need a few more hours to keep up with the response!
Thanks Noeline – traffic to my site has certainly increased over the past couple of days 😊