It was an early morning at the look-out point at Kirkjuljara in South Iceland and with frequent heavy snow showers the conditions were promising. Luckily a heavy snow shower occurred whilst the winter sun was still low in the sky (it was about 60 minutes after sunrise) and the combination lit up the sky and clouds over the famous sea-stacks at Vik. This image was a 2-shot blend, one to include the wonderful sky and light (at 1.7 seconds) and the other to capture the movement of the water on the beach (4.5 seconds), timing the shot to capture the waves pulling back down the beach.
|Camera||Fuji GFX 50S|
|Lens||Fuji GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR|
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