Quality of light

21st November 2013
Here is another image from Wednesdays one to one landscape day with Canice. We arrived at this location on lough mask a half hour after sunset. Canice was more then a little surprised that we could still make good pictures. But as I always tell people its not the amount of light its the quality of light that determines if good pictures can be made.
This image needed a thirty second exposure at iso 100 and f22. The decision to use f22 and iso 100 was so that there would be the long 30 second exposure resulting in movement in the cloud.

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