Cape May – 886

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The stretching of time changes everything. Stationary items remain, but moving items offer their average over time.  We are now seeing that which cannot be seen.  The perception of that which is not possible takes us into a separate world to which we can only peek, but not remain.  We can find hidden treasures by visiting on repeated occasions, and like infants, test the boundaries of our perception until the new becomes the experienced.

This image was photographed over the course of several seconds on an overcast day using my ten stop neutral density filter.

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2 Responses to Cape May – 886

  1. Gorgeous photograph of the unseen! I love the way long exposures make that possible.

  2. Carole Hollander says:

    Lovely image, George. You let us linger instead of peek; the magic of photography.

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