Experimenting with some long exposures on my 4x5 camera this week. This is the remnant of one of the Mulberry Harbours used for D-Day, and is on Bognor Regis beach. I used a 10 stop ND filter to extend my shutter speed to 1min 20secs so that the water smooths out to a white mist around the relic. I had to be careful with the weather, too windy and shooting would have been impossible.
Les llaman garra de León por su forma , árboles ancestrales de de más de 2000 años .
Sabías que , Camecuaro tiene 1300 yacimientos de agua , que forman parte del Río Lerma llegando al Lago de Chapala .
They are called lion's claw because of their shape, ancestral trees of more than 2000 years.
Did you know that, Camecuaro has 1300 water deposits, which are part of the Lerma River arriving at Lake Chapala