30 Second Exposure Fun!

I went to Minuteman National Park in Concord, MA today to take some pics of the Concord River at the Old North Bridge. For those of you who never studied US History, that’s where the first shots in the American Revolution were fired.

I took some 30 second exposures, and some plain ol’ ordinary pics too. This post is for the 30 second deals.

I like this one.
Underneath the Old North Bridge in Concord, MA

It almost looks like the river is frozen. That is so cool.
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And now we move to the other side of the bridge. I was kinda aiming blind on these. That explains the… leaning.
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This is a little better.
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I promise you that this one is in fact a long exposure. Look at the leaves at the end of the branches. Click on the image (or any of these images) to view them at Flickr. You can blow them up there.
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After this I drove from Concord to Billerica to take a few at the Middlesex Canal. Unfortunately, the iron fence surrounding the water fall made my little tiny gorilla pod pretty much useless. I tried a few anyway.
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I think these long exposure thingies are wicked cool. I hope you don’t think they suck.

More pics to come later…

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