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Icelandic Coast

The striking beauty of the sea smashing into these coastal lava rocks was hypnotic. In many ways Iceland can seem like another planet, cold and captivating. This morning after the sun had risen, I stopped at a wonderful costal area near Londrangar to capture this long exposure of water and rock meeting.

Crouched down without a tripod, I used pebbles to build a perch (of sorts) that would allow my camera to stay stationary while I worked to find the right exposure. I invite you to see this photo in its full resolution.

Photo Details:
Full Dimensions: 6718 x 4479
Camera: Sony ILCE-7R
Shutter Speed: 1.0 Second
Aperture: f/18
ISO: 64
Lens: FE 55mm F1.8 ZA