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14th March 2010
coney shoreline
i think this is the longest single shot exposure i've taken. how about that. i'm not sure why i chose to keep the shutter open for exactly twenty eight seconds, when the longest preset time on my camera is thirty. maybe i thought that by going for just less than the maximum, it would give the illusion that i'd put a lot of thought and consideration into that particular timing, if that was the case, then i've undermined myself somewhat with this write up. truth be told, i just wanted it long enough to turn the water into mist.

this is coney island in new york, just down from this bench. and here's the original
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14/03/2010
coney shoreline
i think this is the longest single shot exposure i've taken. how about that. i'm not sure why i chose to keep the shutter open for exactly twenty eight seconds, when the longest preset time on my camera is thirty. maybe i thought that by going for just less than the maximum, it would give the illusion that i'd put a lot of thought and consideration into that particular timing, if that was the case, then i've undermined myself somewhat with this write up. truth be told, i just wanted it long enough to turn the water into mist.

this is coney island in new york, just down from this bench. and here's the original