Fiddlers Ferry coal fired power station in Merseyside and a field of barley.
This is a 5 minute long exposure using 16 stops of nd filter on my Sigma 10-20 wide angle lens.
It was a windy stormy day so you can see the movement in the clouds and in the branches of the trees but I deliberately set up the tripod in the shelter of that hedge to my left where I knew the barley would be partly protected from the wind as I wanted to restrict the movement blur in that area.
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21 mm (35mm equiv.)