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Mont St. Michel
Photographed at dawn.
We had an overnight stay on Mont St Michel while driving to Brittany - I could easily have spent another week photographing this beautiful medieval abbey.
Technical info: 3 minute exposure using a 10 stop Lee 'Big Stopper' ND filter over a circular 6 stop B+W ND filter. The colours are much better rendered by the Lee compared to the 10 stop B+W that I used before.
This Aminus3 version seems to be poor quality for some reason - here's a larger and sharper version: http://bighugelabs.com/onblack.php?id=4916872462&size=large
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