In this long-exposure photo the black basalt cliffs and beach at Vik in Iceland contrast nicely with the white surf of the big atlantic waves.
This was photographed at dawn from a point further along the headland from Vik at a point where the small river that you can see at the bottom of the photo flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
The biggest issue with this photo was trying to hold the tripod down in one place during the 2 minutes that the camera took to take the image - I was photographing this from the top of a steep cliff and the winds must have been at least 30mph.
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35 mm (35mm equiv.)