The Scream

Experimenting with slow shutter speeds (courtesy of a Big Stopper neutral density filter) and using the wake of a ship out in the Bay of Biscay as the subject produced some interesting abstract/impressionistic images. This one I’ve called ‘The Scream’ because I can see a ‘face’ and ‘arm/hand’ which reminds me of the principal figure in the famous painting by Edvard Munch entitled ‘The Scream’.



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