Like this shot, this one is a long exposure daylight shot taken with a B+W ND 113 neutral density filter. In this instance it was a four minute exposure and it's a shot of the same section of groyne as yesterday's shot (though this one is flipped horizontally). And other than that it's pretty much a straight shot: the rather odd colour balance was a result of the camera attempting to work out the white balance through a largely opaque filter and the slightly diffuse effect is because it was raining, albeit quite lightly.

Anyway, and as always, I'd be interested to hear your thoughts, particularly in terms of how you think this one compares to yesterday's.

And again, as with yesterday's, I think this one looks better with the black theme.

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1.50pm on 18/5/06
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
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DxO Optics Pro
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