Thursday 09 December. As the end of another difficult week looms, the thaw is setting-in and the roads are a bit safer. For the first time in two weeks, I clocked 100 kmh. I'm heading home, West on the N4 somewhere near Kinnegad.
Photo: More long exposure experimental work. This is a single 5 second exposure, hand-held, shooting through a dirty windscreen. It was impossible to keep the windscreen clean, the water sprayer was frozen and dirt seemed to freeze on impact and stick. As a light-study, it works for me, although the clarity of definition is lacking slightly, it captures the atmosphere very well. I particularly like the framing and vignette caused by the head-lights and dashboard. The shot is straight off the camera, unprocessed except for the default settings applied by ACR.
Lens; 10-20mm. ISO 400. 5 seconds @ f/5