One Hundred and Twenty Five Seconds

This is what one hundred and twenty five seconds looks like when standing on the Portsmouth Harbor Cruise dock.  Wispy clouds moved quickly overhead and the rushing Piscataqua changed tides in the late day light.  The tugs stood mostly still, though even they couldn’t withstand the fast paced waters without a little wiggling – and the Memorial Bridge stood stoically in place for the 2+ minute duration along with its brick neighbors.

2 thoughts on “One Hundred and Twenty Five Seconds

  1. That’s amazing shot. I wonder how you control the exposure so it’s not getting over exposure for 125 seconds at late day?

    The water looks very calm, but the cloud is like racing 100 miles per hour.

    Perfect combination! Nice work!

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