Monday, March 06, 2006

The answer, my friend ...

A long exposure was used to capture the movement of wind-blown grass in the early morning light. This particular patch of grass was located in the town of Salvo on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

I’ve mentioned before how a long exposure can seem to capture a flow of moments, as opposed to freezing one moment still. It suggests a passage of time.

Then again, sometimes the subject refuses to cooperate no matter how hard the photographer tries to freeze that moment.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2006 James Jordan.

3 comments:

Empress Baggie said...

Lovely!

James said...

Thank you, EB. Tea at 2?

Empress Baggie said...

Bring crumpets, please.