Part of the 30 Seconds of Water series which depicts horizontal sea-scapes shot with very long exposures, this image is a personal favorite.
My aim with these pictures is to create a Zen like stillness that records actual movement ie. the water moves in the time frame of the exposure (sometimes as long as 30 minutes).
There is an inherent minimalism at play here and part of these images popularity lies in the fact that they are once recognizable and strange.
Shot on Kodak Portra 120 roll film with a Fuji GWS 6x9cm camera.
On fine art paper behind museum grade glass.
An exclusive image, meaning once only and never again.