I love working with long exposures.  It does not matter where I travel, I am always prepaired for them. My normal system for this type of work is the Fuji X Pro 1 and the Leica M 240 camera systems.
What remains of the Spring Maid Pier, 91 seconds
Bodie Island Light in light fog at night
Bodie Island Light in star light
480 second exposure of Pawleys Pier
Outer Banks Fishing Pier 92 second exposure, Sony A7rii
Silvery Waters: Dunlup Creek #2 in the New River Gorge, WV. Leica Monochrom. 60 second exposure
830 nm  IR Folley Beach Pier
Silver Waters:   Dunlupe Creek, New River Gorge, WV
Mattamuskette Sunrise, Swan Quarter, NC
24 seconds to smooth out the water!
Beginning of the Blue hour....   60 second exposure with no ND.  Leica M 240 with 50mm Summilux lens.
A different view...  A 60 second long exposure with a dead tree of the boneyard in the foreground showing both the beach and the ocean.   Leica M 240 with the 50mm Summilux lens.
Pawleys Pier, 60 seconds at the end of the blue hour...
Leica M 240, no ND and the 50mm Summilux lens
The Duggars Creek Falls near Boone, NC in January. This was with the Leica  MM and the 90mm Macro Elmar for 32 seconds. This image displays the super wide Gamut of the MM! This was a dark overcast day deep in the woods. I used a 3 stop ND  and a RED filter for this.
Outer Banks Fishing Pier
Leica M Monochrome with the 50mm Summilux f/1.4 lens for 240 seconds
 
Avalon Pier
60 second exposure, Leica M240 with 50mm Summilux f/1.4
Roanoke Marshes Light
Leica M Monochrome with the 50mm Summilux f/1.4 lens
Outer Banks Fishing Pier
Leica M Monochrome with the 50mm Summilux f/1.4 for 250 seconds

Pawleys Pier...
60 second exposure with the Leica M 240 and the 50mm Summilux f/1.4 set at f/8 for 60 seconds. 10 stop Big Stopper plus 3 stop soft grad on the sky.

 
Pawleys Pier...
60 second exposure with the Leica M 240 and the 50mm Summilux f/1.4 set at f/8 for 60 seconds. 10 stop Big Stopper plus 3 stop soft grad on the sky.
Twilight
Sunrise Long Exposure
Leica M240 at 60 seconds
Looking North during the Blue hour...
Leica M240 for 60 seconds
The Blue Hour
Leica M240 for 60 seconds
Sunrise
Leica M240 for 60 seconds
245 second exposure of Pawleys Pier.  Leica M7 with Rollei IR400 film.
The BIG sunrise!
Leica M240 at 60 seconds
Moving clouds at sunset on Pawleys Island.
Pawleys Pier & Groin!
This is one of my favorites, Cape Romaine Bone Yard Beach at Sunrise, a 200 second exposure...
The Clouds and Surf prior to sunset.
870 second Exposure, Pawleys Island, SC
Pawleys Island Pier & Groin, 45 seconds
Salt Marsh Sunset
Duggars Creek Falls
Duggars Creek Detail
Linville Falls (lower)
Random Falls, New RIver Gorge, WV
Morris Island Lighthouse at Sunrise, an unusual vantage point in the Bone Yard, Charleston, SC
Sunrise, painting in light
Ravenel Bridge, Sunset, Charleston, SC
Another of my favorites, Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse, The Outer Banks, NC, Sunrise
Outer Banks FIshing Pier Pre-Sunrise Twilight
Outer Banks Fishing Pier, Twilight
The Glade Creek Mill, New River Gorge, WV.  Mills hold a special place in my heart and I will travel hundreds of miles out of my way during trips to visit one.
Hurricane Hannah, Pawleys Pier
Tybee Island, GA Lightning Strike
Wadkins Glen Falls, NY
Glade Creek Mill, 590nm Infrared
 
Infrared Photography can be magical.
A small falls in the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
Verticle Motion Blur of forrest trees with the changing leaves at the Sandstone Falls Overlook in Sandstone Falls WV.
A falls below the Glade Creek Mill in Babcock State Park, WV
A small falls in the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
A small falls in the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
A small falls in the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
 
Sandstone Falls in Sandstone WV
A small falls in the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
Rotational & Verticle Motion Blur
Pawleys Pier in the Fog.
A moving sunset on Pawleys Island.
The Old Boat House
Bald Head Island
Oak Island Pier
Under the Oak Island Pier
Early Morning, Oak Island
Moving Clouds, Oak Island
Pawleys Beach, mid morning, 60 second exposure with 16 stops of ND and the Leica M Monochrom and 50mm Summilux lens
 
Rock Cut in the surf... North Island, South end, Georgetown, SC.   
60s f/8 with the Leica M240 and the 90mm Macro Elmar and 16 stops of ND
480 second exposure of Pawleys Pier

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