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Long exposure in B&W of a line of rocks vanishing into Lac Léman

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October 1, 2012 Johan Peijnenburg
In Photography
A B&W long exposure image featuring a line of rocks vanishing into a lake, with dark clouds and the French Alps in the background
27mm – f/9 – 241 seconds – ISO250 – D800E with 24-70mm f/2.8

Last week I went out to Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) hoping that the weather would clear up just in time to allow me to shoot the sunset with some drama in the sky. And it did. The colour results I got that evening were quite nice. However, I couldn’t resist converting this particular one to black and white.

This B&W long exposure image features a line of rocks in the lake, which is there to break the waves a bit. In the background you can see the silhouette of the French Alps. As the waves were actually rolling over these rocks that evening, I shot the scene with an exposure time of 4 minutes to create a bit of a mystical effect on the rocks. The dark clouds and the soft evening light helped to create a moody atmosphere. Hope you like this B&W long exposure image!

I used a Lee 10-stop ND filter and a Lee 3-stop ND filter to get the exposure time of 4 minutes. I processed the image with Adobe’s Lightroom 4.1 and Nik’s Silver Efex Pro 2.

Comments (294)

  1. Rob Brown 5 years ago

    Great….

  2. Suzie Javed 5 years ago

    Lovely image

  3. Nurcan Azaz 5 years ago

    Very beautiful!

  4. Manuel Votta 5 years ago

    Stunning capture Johan Peijnenburg!

  5. Vishal Kumar 5 years ago

    Beautiful shot 🙂

  6. ~❤❤❤~

  7. Mikael Sh 5 years ago

    Splendid tranquility Johan

  8. Author

    @Rob: thank you 🙂
    @Suzie: thanks Suzie !
    @Manuel and @Nurcan: many thanks 😀 

  9. Author

    @Vishal: thank you Vishal!
    @Annette: always nice to see those hearts come by 😀
    @Mike: hey Mike! Thanks 😀 

  10. Farah Deeba 5 years ago

    outstanding work:)

  11. Michael Muraz 5 years ago

    Fantastic shot Johan Peijnenburg! Dig the long exposure and the processing!

  12. Natasha Andrews 5 years ago

    Cool

  13. Richard Kralicek 5 years ago

    wonderful composition, marvelous bw

  14. Author

    @Michael: thanks Michael and nice to see you around 🙂
    @Natasha: many thanks Natasha and nice to meet you 🙂 

  15. Charles Lupica 5 years ago

    Johan, beautiful image my friend.

  16. Author

    @Richard: thank you Richard!
    @Charles: thanks Charles!

  17. David Orr 5 years ago

    Fantastic stuff ! Love this work !!

  18. Nice one Johan , i like the atmosphere and the black and white conversion….

  19. looks so mysterious! spectacular shot!

  20. Thats really cool

  21. Author

    @David: glad you do David. Thanks!
    @Bertrand: thanks for stopping by Bertrand! Thanks for the kind words 🙂
    @Nuraini: thank you! 

  22. jany viala 5 years ago

    Magnificent

  23. Author

    @Kristjan: thanks for the cool comment 😀
    @Jany: thank you Jany. Thanks for stopping by again 😀 

  24. Yann Lefeuvre 5 years ago

    Yet another great shot. Something seems magic in this one.
    I like a lot.

  25. Bill Wood 5 years ago

    Thank you Johan, for your inspiring image, your exif info is so helpful to those of us who aspire to your excellence. I know I could tiptoe to the last rock and touch the horizon!

  26. Magistral 5 years ago

    Superbe

  27. Ramli Santoso 5 years ago

    this is so COOL…!!!

  28. Vitor Ferreira 5 years ago

    Very good Johan Peijnenburg 

  29. Francesco Gola 5 years ago

    Awesome Johan !

  30. Tony Harratt 5 years ago

    As a regular user of black & white this is right up my street… thanks for sharing, Johan. And a big thank you for the technical data… 

  31. Baldur McQueen 5 years ago

    A definite WOW. Beautifully composed and executed, Johan!

  32. Kaiya Mactor 5 years ago

    nice

  33. Gorgeous!! I love the great composition and that perfect smooth water!! It’s stunning!!

  34. Lee Duguid 5 years ago

    Cracker shot!

  35. Author

    Thank you Magistral !!
    @Ramli: thank you and nice to meet you 🙂
    @Vitor: many thanks Vitor!

  36. Author

    F@rancesco: thanks Francesco! Going to plan Italy soon btw 🙂
    @Tony: you are very welcome Tony. Glad you like it!
    @Baldur: I love WOW’s Baldur! Tnx 😀 

  37. Author

    @Kaiya: thank you !
    @Margaret: glad you do 😀 Tnx.
    @Lee: cracker comment Lee! Nice to meet you.

  38. Ingo Meckmann 5 years ago

    very, very cool – like it a lot.

  39. Markus Rienzer 5 years ago

    fantastic LE image!! great processing ..every worked out very carefully!!

  40. I REALLY like this Johan.

  41. one incredible piece of art once again Johan 

  42. a really beautiful composed LE , Great work Johan!

  43. Author

    @Ingo: danke dir Ingo!
    @markus: thanks Markus! Yes, this was not an easy one to process. Getting all the tones right can be difficult 🙂
    @Christopher: and I REALLY like that you REALLY like it Christopher! 😉 

  44. Author

    @Matthias: many thanks Matthias! Hope all is well with you!
    @peter paul: many thanks for the compliments Peter Paul.

  45. Rose Black 5 years ago

    beautiful

  46. Dane Clingan 5 years ago

    Amazing image, Johan – thanks for sharing the setup.

  47. Love it !

  48. I just went through a banding problem with a sunset pic, hard to get rid of in post when one doesn’t know how

    • Author

      Thanks Tim! Well I usually know how to avoid it.

      • Well Johan whats your secret to avoid banding before or in PP if you don’t mind sharing :)

        • Author

          the trick usually it to keep (or even add) a bit of noise in larger gradient areas 🙂

          • Tim Nunyer Bizniz 5 years ago

            Thanks Johan, I’ve heard that before and will have to try it, thank you :)

  49. Jason Drury 5 years ago

    Love this. Dramatic.

  50. aditya Sharma 5 years ago

    Awesome

  51. Author

    @Jason and @Aditya: thank you!
    @Tim: good luck. Normally it should do the trick 🙂 

  52. Suan Hopper 5 years ago

    Beautiful and calming

  53. aditya Sharma 5 years ago

    I hope someday I go place like that alone

  54. Ty Lewis 5 years ago

    wow it looks like some sort of alternate world where rocks float. this is a picture that just gets you but you dont get it

  55. i wish there were rocks all the way to the middle of the lake so i could walk on them

  56. Poetry in photography Johan ! Beautiful work!

  57. Kevin Kordosky 5 years ago

    Black and white does it justice, well done.

  58. Love the detail 😀 and the excellent processing. 

  59. Peter Sandin 5 years ago

    Beautiful Johan!! I’m sure it would work in color too but with a b&w conversion like this you can’t go wrong!

  60. Dominique Dubied 5 years ago

    Very nice capture Johan! I love the details in the rocks.

  61. Wow beautiful!

  62. Author

    @Suan: thank you!
    @aditya: you can. You just need to recognise them 🙂
    @Ty: a very cool description Ty. Thanks! 

  63. Author

    @Swetcha: maybe it nicer like this. You can quietly enjoy the view from that last rock 😀
    @Emanuele: many many thanks Emanuele! Much appreciated!
    @kevin: thank you!

  64. Author

    @David: many thanks for the compliment!
    @Peter: thank you Peter! It worked in color as well yes. The composition and mood came out nicer in B&W though.
    @Dominique: thanks Dominique! Another place we can visit together 😀 

  65. Dirk Jimbrose 5 years ago

    Nice styling and a beautiful pic.

  66. Debby Vos 5 years ago

    Yes I do!

  67. Athena Carey 5 years ago

    Enchanting Johan. And the location looks very familiar to me. ;)

    • Author

      thank you Athena! I like the word “enchanting” 😀
      Yes, you know this place. I went back one night last week when it was very very windy and raining a lot. A gamble that worked out perfectly. The best one of that night still needs processing: the pier :)))

      • Athena Carey 5 years ago

        My pier? 😉
        I have a nice one of it too. Processed, but not yet shared.

        • Author

          that’s what you get when we hang out together a lot 😀 I don’t think people mind if there is some overlap in subjects 🙂 I’ll keep mine on my disk for a while. Pretty sure you are going to like it though :D

          • Athena Carey 5 years ago

            In all fairness, I was so excited when I found that pier on Google maps, that I know I hogged it that morning. ;)

          • Author
            Johan Peijnenburg 5 years ago

            do you want to see how I shot it? 

          • Athena Carey 5 years ago

            Sure ;)

          • Author
            Johan Peijnenburg 5 years ago

            on their way 😀

  68. Sumit Sen 5 years ago

    Awesome !!!

  69. Author

    @Jennifer: thank you!
    @Dirk: many thanks Dirk! 

  70. Nikola Nikolski 5 years ago

    Nice work Johan! Fine lined up rocks leading in to distance

    • Author

      thank you! Yes that was a bit of hard work to get them lined up like this, but it was worth the muscle pain ;)

  71. great shot Johan 

  72. Milena Llieva 5 years ago

    So Lovely!

  73. I don’t “like” it at all
    … I LOVE it! :o)
    Wonderful, Johan!

  74. G. Phillips 5 years ago

    beautiful shot

  75. Coca Bentley 5 years ago

    Fantastic.

  76. Author

    Thank you G. Phillips and Coca !

  77. Michael Russell 5 years ago

    Beautiful photo Johan!

  78. Tom Tran 5 years ago

    This is superb, Johan. I just love these square crop images and the balanced composition that draws you right in. 

  79. David Shield 5 years ago

    Superb composition with great drama Johan! I really like the milky water; you anticipated for this shot brilliantly.

  80. Markus Landsmann 5 years ago

    Outstanding work Johan 

  81. What a beauty Johan !!! Absolutely love these gorgeous mid-grey tones and the light on on the horizon. Everything looks perfect! :)

  82. Andy Korolis 5 years ago

    Really fine work Johan , a beauty!! Your technical details are even more illuminating, including all that rock moving ;-)

  83. Author

    @Tom: thanks Tom!! Yes. I am loving square crops more and more 🙂
    @David: many thanks David! Have to gamble and get out there as often as possible. The circumstances one gets at the end of a rainstorm can be very rewarding especially at sunset 🙂 

  84. Author

    Thank you very much Markus Landsmann !
    @Julia: well thank you Julia! Really glad you like it 😀
    @Andy: LOL Andy. Are you telling me you read all of the comments to find that out? Thanks for the compliment ! 

  85. End of trail, nicely done. Like the shot.

  86. Paul Turkowski 5 years ago

    The master of LE shows us another stunner! 🙂 Beautiful work Johan.

    • Author

      lol … no master yet. I am just practicing and hoping I am improving! thanks for the great compliment anyway Paul. Much appreciated! 

  87. Absolutely gorgeous! Nice work Johan!

  88. Spectacular

  89. Domique Hilbert 5 years ago

    How can’t you like it? It’s magnificent! The rocks are like a path onto an unknown dreamworld.

  90. Kurt Harvey 5 years ago

    Like stepping stones to some other place. Exquisitely captured and processed Johan!

  91. Luke Griffin 5 years ago

    Superb!

  92. Asfoor Weled 5 years ago

    wow this is so beautiful :D

  93. E.E. Giorgi 5 years ago

    wow, this is truly fantastic, Johan. Though since you mentioned colors, now I’m really curious to see them too…. any chance you’re going to share that version too? :-)

  94. Author

    @Patricia: thank you very much 🙂
    @Leyla: hey Leyla 🙂 Many thanks as well!
    @Dominique: yes my dreamworld! Glad you like it ! 

  95. Author

    @Kurt: thanks for the compliment Kurt!
    @Luke: thanks!
    @Asfoor: thanks for the wow 😀 

  96. Author

    @E.E. Giorgi: thank you 😀 I always think I will, but I never do. I usually decide on either color or B&W, process accordingly and then move on to the next image. I am planning to create a color LE gallery at some point though, so who knows 🙂

  97. Rhandy Cruz 5 years ago

    Amazing piece. I love the stillness of the water contrasting with the storm clouds over head. This is inspiring me to do more long exposures with my 10 stop filter. Thanks for sharing.

  98. Lilia Lin 5 years ago

    Lovely composition, love those rocks, they Rock! Very beautiful capture Johan :)

  99. Mikko Tyllinen 5 years ago

    This is Absolutly stunning poetry of light! Very beautiful Johan!

  100. Heiko Mahr 5 years ago

    Stunning image Johan 

  101. Aniea Nia 5 years ago

    like

  102. Alex Racanelli 5 years ago

    Simply wonderful…:)

  103. Javier Esvall 5 years ago

    A marvelous work!

  104. Neil Camara 5 years ago

    Stunning shot my friend!!!

  105. Johan – Very well, exact and precise photograph. I like the dark processing here. :-)

  106. Meg Rousher 5 years ago

    Fantastic :)

  107. Patrice PVK 5 years ago

    A little more impressive everyday Johan … I’m repeating myself, but I love the way you process your photos, B&W or colors.

  108. Steve Barge 5 years ago

    Incredible beauty – just stunning!

  109. wow…… stunning.

  110. Beautiful compo Johan !! :-)

  111. Totally fabulous!! 

  112. Daniel Ewert 5 years ago

    Wow! This has got to be near the top of my list of favorite images from you. Nice work, Johan !

  113. This is really a stunning peace of work Johan 

  114. Joseph Eckert 5 years ago

    Fantastic work, love this use of black and white

  115. H. Larsson 5 years ago

    This is not a Photography – it’s art!
    Amazingly beautiful photo Johan! I like silence and desolate as the picture shows. Leading the path to sadness or happiness – That decision can only be decided by the viewer
    Right now it is a beautiful fog over most of the Nordic forest lake, you’re lucky you can see a moose look forward edge of the forest, or a fairy dancing on the water meadows. All trees are dressed in fabulous autumn colors. Next year, you should consider a visit to Sweden or Norway – I know you are the right man to capture the right feeling.

    • Author

      thank you!!! Yes, Scandinavia would be a great place for me to visit. Thanks for the trust 😀 

  116. Author

    @Rhandy: thanks for the compliment Rhandy and nice to meet you here! Make sure to get an extra 2 and 3 stop filter, as that 10-stop won’t suffice most of the times 🙂
    @Lilia: your comment rocks Lilia! Dank je wel. Alles goed?
    @Mikko: glad you like my poetry Mikko 😉 

    • Rhandy Cruz 5 years ago

      Thanks Johan. I did try stacking a polarizer on top of my 10 stop just to see what would happen. I got strange color cast issues (nothing that I wasn’t able to correct in post) but it worked really well when converted to b+w.

      • Author

        that helps a bit as well yes, but not ideal 🙂 Eventually you will get the extra ND’s 😀

  117. Author

    @Heiko: thank you Heiko and nice to meet you 🙂
    @Aniea: thank you!

  118. Author

    @Alex: thanks very much!
    @Javier: really glad you like it Javier. Gracias!
    @Neil: many thanks Neil! 

  119. Author

    @Wilfried: thanks Maestro 😀 And they are fun to create, but you know that now 😉
    @Meg: thank you Meg!!
    @Patrice: much appreciated Patrice. Nice to hear 😀 Hope al is well in paris!
    @Steve: well thank you Steve! 

  120. Author

    @Wendy: thanks Wendy!
    @Sophie: merci Sophie !! 🙂
    @Charlotte: many thanks Charlotte! Thanks for stopping by!

  121. Author

    @Daniel: that is very nice to hear Daniel! Thanks!!
    @Heine: lol thanks Heine! How did the Iron Man go?
    @Joseph: many thanks Joseph!! 

    • It vent really well Johan, I´d cross the finish line in 11:53:09 and considering the course and weather, it was 36 C, i´m happy that I finished under 12 hours :)

  122. Cédric Leblond 5 years ago

    marvelous LE work Johan , a great depth thanks to the foreground, a beautiful and soft gradient in the water, excellent!

    • Author

      Many thanks for the kind words again and for catching up Cédric !!!

  123. Armand Patrice 5 years ago

    oh, hi Johan, I do like this one a lot… it’s rather on the dark side which I like =)

  124. Trever McGhee 5 years ago

    Extraordinary affect you’ve created here Johan Peijnenburg 

  125. Carsten Kopp 5 years ago

    Wonderful work – what a great atmosphere !

  126. Tom Price 5 years ago

    Stunning black and white conversion. Wonderful mood and tonal range!

  127. Author

    @Armand: somehow I expected that you like the dark side 🙂 Tnx!
    @Trever: thanks for the compliment and nice to meet you!
    @Carsten: well thank you Carsten!
    @Tom: thanks for the compliment and nice to meet you Tom!

  128. Amazingly peaceful and beautiful ! A great work Johan .
    Have a good day !

  129. Joel Tjintjelaar 5 years ago

    Your B&W work is getting more and more impressive with each post Johan ! What happened to all the color in your life? 🙂 Well these are the ‘true colors’ Johan and I love those dark grey tones and overall dark feeling to it.

  130. Jeff Vyse 5 years ago

    Beautiful mood and tone

  131. Manuel Zuck 5 years ago

    Amazing picture

  132. Nathan Wirth 5 years ago

    that’s powerfully lovely!

  133. Author

    @Jean-Michel: merci Jean-Michel! Have a great weekend!
    @Joel: that is very nice to hear Joel. Thanks for the share 🙂 Still plenty of color in my life! 

  134. Author

    @Jeff, @Manuel and @Nathan: many thanks for the kind words!

  135. George Marquardt 5 years ago

    Fabulous photo Johan! Your technique worked really well.

  136. Brian Spencer 5 years ago

    Wonderful composition and tones Johan! Such a refreshing image from you!!! :)

  137. Author

    @George: thank you! I think so as well 🙂
    @Brian: thanks Brian! Hope you are not too shocked 😉

  138. Kerry Murphy 5 years ago

    Beautiful mood! I want to walk out on those rocks and have a quiet moment.

  139. Jim Lundgren 5 years ago

    Like a walk into a dream. Sounds corny but it was really the emotion that popped into my head 🙂 Super nice!

  140. Cho Tang 5 years ago

    Wat een mooie locatie, zeker voor zulke foto’s!

  141. Marvelous work!

  142. Don Spenner 5 years ago

    Exceptional photograph Johan!

  143. Author

    @Stavros: thank you very much Stavros!
    @Don: glad you like it Don! 

  144. Mark Imhof 5 years ago

    Wow this just amazing!

  145. Aileen Sorenson 5 years ago

    What a stunning work Johan! 

  146. Fantastic dreamy image Johan! 

  147. Paul van de Loo 5 years ago

    fantastische zachte tonen!

  148. Author

    @Aileen: thank you Aileen! Thanks for catching up 🙂
    @Alexandre: thanks for the compliment Alexandre!
    @Paul: dank je wel! 

  149. Don´t think so Johan, the Ironman distance is to demanding, so if I take up the challenge again, it will “only” be the half Ironman 😉
    I´m coming to the Alp´s next sommer, participating in the Mont Blanc Marathon, so maybe we could make a little photowalk? :)

    • Author

      Yes, that would be a great idea. Just let me know when you know more 🙂

  150. Francis Gagnon 5 years ago

    The leading lines are completely incredible ! 

  151. Smart Fonic 5 years ago

    sea with milk ! Wow !

  152. Caspar Thomas 5 years ago

    Brilliant picture – really like the line of rocks leading into the image and the great contrast you managed to get between the sharp textures of the rocks and the smooth LE of the water surface – really cool.

  153. Brilliant shot . The creamy smoothness of water is amazing.

  154. Shannon Meng 5 years ago

    This is beautiful, the rocks lead me right to that bright spot on the horizon. Really amazing, thanks for sharing how you set up the shot as well.

  155. Author

    @Smart : thanks for the wow 😀
    @Caspar: thanks for the compliment Caspar! 

  156. Author

    @Sathish: many thanks Sathish!
    @Shannon: you are very welcome Shannon. Glad you like it! 🙂 

  157. John G Moore 5 years ago

    Lovely shot Johan ;-)

  158. Rohan Reilly 5 years ago

    Fantastic Johan , love the greys in the water and the rocky path

  159. Hotch L. 5 years ago

    Mystical … truly lovely ~!~

  160. a strong mood i find here nice too see…..<

  161. Aidan Kalloo 5 years ago

    stunning!

  162. Author

    @rohan: thanks for the compliment Rohan! Much appreciated 🙂
    @Hotch: many thanks!
    @christian: glad you like it Christian!
    @Aidan: thanks Aidan! 

  163. shane holsclaw 5 years ago

    take off running into this beautiful photo

    gorgeous! incredible mood Johan!

  164. Oh love this one Johan

  165. Michael menefee 5 years ago

    Your artistry shines right through on this one, brilliant Johan !

  166. Author

    @Anette: glad you do Anette. Nice to see you back. How was the hols?
    @Michael: much appreciated Michael!

    • :)))) loved it from A-Z. Still trying to figure out what day we have today. Never knew what day we had down there. Loved it :)) You need to go there for Landscape, you freak out and would extend your Holiday for 5 years :))

      • Author

        It’s Monday Anette :))) Yes I would probably love it there as well …. I have a long list of places still to visit though!

  167. Jendhamuni Sos 5 years ago

    So peaceful here.

  168. Rubén Val 5 years ago

    excelente

  169. Olena Melnyk 5 years ago

    Wowwww! fantastic landscape,is not transmitted sensations of delight!!! looks like another planet .I can not describe the feelings that are evoked soih your picture. Thank you, for that!!!

  170. Debrah Diva 5 years ago

    An alternate universe! :>)

  171. Terre Britton 5 years ago

    What a magnificent way to experience the French Alps Johan

  172. Anna Rimovska 5 years ago

    wonderful

  173. Anna Rimovska 5 years ago

    Jendhamuni Sos, Rubén Val, Olena Melnyk , Debrah Diva, Terre Britton and Anna Rimovska: thank you all for the kind words!

  174. Paul Kamphuis 5 years ago

    great photo Johan!

  175. Ada M 5 years ago

    fantastic as always Johan !

  176. This photo is awesome !

  177. Johan Swanepoel 5 years ago

    So beautiful

  178. Jerry Downs 5 years ago

    Particularly nice, Johan!

  179. Author

    Thanks again Johan !
    @Jerry: many thanks Jerry and nice to meet you 🙂 

  180. Joseba Ibarbia 5 years ago

    Very nice long exposure. Mystical and lonely place.

  181. Barbara Mi 5 years ago

    Super!!!!

  182. Darla Hueske 5 years ago

    I agree with all adjectives used above my comment. ^ This image is amazing. Dimensional. Fantastical. Magical.

  183. Author

    @Joseba: thanks for the compliment Joseba!
    @Barbara: missed this comment earlier 🙂 Thank you!
    @Darla: glad you like it Darla. Thanks 🙂

  184. Correy Bratton 5 years ago

    Love how the rocks lead the eye!

  185. Ben Locke 5 years ago

    cracking LE work. Love it

  186. Author

    Thanks for the feedback Correy !
    @Ben: glad you like it Ben!!! 

  187. Yasmin Simpson 5 years ago

    Absolutely “exquisite” friend Johan.

  188. Gemma Costa 5 years ago

    wonderful shot, perfect

  189. Gail Beerman 5 years ago

    Beautiful composition Johan , excellent bw choice

  190. Gaurav Mittal 5 years ago

    It is mystical and dreamy :)

  191. Laurie Wade 5 years ago

    love this.

  192. Richard Murphy 5 years ago

    Excellent!

  193. Author

    @Gaurav: yes, has to happen once in a while 🙂
    @Laurie: thank you Laurie!
    @Richard: wow you are catching up. Thanks Richard! 

  194. H larsson 5 years ago

    This is the work of a master, no doubt about that. I wish I one day get the opportunity to photograph these wonderful places. Right now I’m shooting boring advertising images, and feel abstinence not to photograph images like these.
    Have a great day my friend and thank’s for showing the world your amazing photos.

  195. I hope you have enjoyed your trip, great location!

  196. Subra Govinda 5 years ago

    stunning work Johan 

  197. Author

    Had a great time. Merci Philippe!
    @Subra: many thanks Subra! 

  198. Kasha L 5 years ago

    This is a outstanding picture. I feel as though I’m walking a baeutiful path to somewhere unknown beneath the fog, when I see this picture.

  199. Luca Gerardi 5 years ago

    That’s great !

  200. Robert Skreiner 5 years ago

    Great photo and work!

  201. Stunning! The processing is perfection. 

    • Author

      Thanks! Almost perfect. It still needs a few finishing touches 🙂 

  202. Daryl L. Hunter 5 years ago

    Johan, a stunning shot, I’m going to have to get one of those big stoppers for my bag. I was checking featured photographers at photoshelter and recognized you from google +.

    Your blog is doing great with a ton of commentors – congrats

    • Author

      Hi Daryl! Thanks! Nice to see you around 🙂
      Yes, these big stoppers are fun. You will have to add a 2- and 3 stop as well. Otherwise you will often not get to 2 to 4 minute exposure!

  203. Aurélie STEPHAN 5 years ago

    Superbe !

  204. Johan, this is simply simply stunning my friend.

  205. Mady Sach 5 years ago

    great shot,verry good combination

  206. Matt Stonier 5 years ago

    Very nice composition, love the lake turned to mist and mountains off in the background very nicely done

  207. lizett Beltran 5 years ago

    this is a dream wrapped on a photo

  208. Enrique Palaez 5 years ago

    Amazing image!

  209. Ian Gazzard 5 years ago

    Special Johan. Really nice!

  210. Sandra Moore 5 years ago

    Pure art….

  211. absolutely stunning…love the texture and sharpness of the rocks in foreground in contrast to the beautifully silky Lexp water

  212. Author

    @Ian: thanks again Ian and thanks for catching up with my work 🙂
    @Sandra: that is a very nice compliment Sandra! Thank you 🙂
    @Sweedon: glad you like it Sweedon ! 

  213. Tim Swart 4 years ago

    That’s a sweeeeet picture

  214. Mona Youssef 4 years ago

    Taking my hat off!

  215. Author

    @Tim: thank you Tim! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
    @Mona: thank you 😀 

  216. Asani Bhaduri 4 years ago

    Shot!

  217. Mutita EdiblArt 4 years ago

    So beautiful :)

  218. Sandra Salsedo 4 years ago

    Amazing! : )

  219. Author

    Thanks again Mutita and Sandra ! 🙂

  220. Margaret Wong 4 years ago

    Tranquil simplicity :)

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