I have talked many times about how much I love taking long exposure images, particularly when I’m in places with lots of fast moving clouds above interesting landscapes.
So when I made my way to Praia de Adraga, watching the sun slowly descending through the clouds towards the horizon, I looked for a couple of interesting rock formations, set my tripod out and set the ND filters on top of the lens to get as much of a long exposure as I can. The shutter speed varied around the 30 seconds mark, but because there was quite a bit of wind, the clouds were moving a lot during this short amount of time creating these blurs of colour with the sun rays bursting out from time to time.
On another note, I just wanted to thank you for the great response to my Iceland workshop I have just announced. There are already three people confirmed so it seems there are lots of people out there as excited as I am about photographing Iceland!