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Stairs

Stairs

By using a long exposure, you can pave the details and ripples of a water surface. — via Damiano Serra

On the Edge

On the Edge

This guy sure has some nerve standing on the edge with such big waves. Why does he do that? So the photographer has the opportunity to shoot a…

Foggy Atmosphere

Foggy Atmosphere

Great sunset shot of Seatlle! — via Danny Seidman

Re Flex

Re Flex

Great Mondiraanesque colors, great lines, and great motion blur! — via Joe Plasmatico

Hanoi Traffic

Hanoi Traffic

The moment my mother asked me if I wanted to go along with them on a trip to Vietnam, I immediately asked her if we would be visiting…

In Tensity

In Tensity

Great symmetry in this long exposure underground photo. — via Joerg Riehm

San Francisco Unseen Night 2

San Francisco Unseen Night 2

The first inspiration of 2014: A beautiful long exposure of the sky above San Francisco. — via Ali Erturk

The Boy With The Golden Pants

The Boy With The Golden Pants

Lots of motion! — via Ray Zandvoort

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

I’ve been working in Amsterdam for a few months now, and I’m unexpectedly starting to like the city. — via Necat Çetin

Saigon at Night

Saigon at Night

The Vietnamese love neon light. When sun sets, they all hastily turn them on and fill the streets with its bright light. In some streets there is so…

Zig-Zag

Zig-Zag

Using a long exposure you can soften water and clouds. — via César Vega

Hop On

Hop On

After my last post about Vietnam, I haven’t really gotten the time or energy to work through all of the photos from that trip. However, last weekend I…

Exceed by Far

Exceed by Far

You can feel the speed. — via Paulo Abrantes

River House

River House

I saw this house on TV last week. It was build by a Serbian man together with his friends when they were younger, and he still goes there…

Monks At Waterfall

Monks At Waterfall

I’m very jealous of this photo. — via Dang Ngo