Sunrise at Nubble

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© Jeremy Jones
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The sun's first rays overlooking the Cape Neddick Light Station (known locally as the Nubble Lighthouse).

7 responses

  • Jeremy Jones

    Jeremy Jones said (3 Jul 2017):

    Thanks for the spotlight, @JPG!

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (3 Jul 2017):

    Both lights are on--masterfully captured

  • Darcy Lajoie

    Darcy Lajoie   said (3 Jul 2017):

    Growing up in this area- this is one of the better shots I've seen of the nubble! awesome picture!

  • Lynn E. Harvey

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  • Sam Pearlman

    Sam Pearlman gave props (6 Jul 2017):

    Gorgeous – I'm a big fan of the long exposure allowing water to look silky. Here that is combined with the sunrise colors in wonderful fashion! What were the shutter speed and aperture?

  • Jeremy Jones

    Jeremy Jones said (9 Jul 2017):

    Thanks for the comments and the Photo of the Week recognition, everyone! I do appreciate it. Sadly, this was a rough edit of this shot that has since received several corrections and I'm kicking myself for even posting this version. But, I'm glad it was so well received. :) For Sam Pearlman: This is a 6 second exposure at f/22 with a stacked set of ND filter and CPL. Having those two filters combined allowed me to achieve a longer exposure than would otherwise have been possible with that direct sunlight.

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