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Three wooden poles, probably the remains of an old wharf, emerging from the still waters of Etang de Vaccarés, the largest lake in Camargue, France. Taken on a rainy evening of mid April. The ethereal effect comes from a very long exposure - about 4 minutes - combined with the rain: the long exposure has made the water perfectly smooth and blurred the clouds in the sky, whilst the rain provided a sort of natural flou filter to the entire image.
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This image copyright Paolo De Faveri 2009. .Any use of this photograph without the expressed written consent of the author is strictly prohibited by Italian and international copyright law.
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Essential Horizontals, Lakes and Still Waters Landscape Photography
Three wooden poles, probably the remains of an old wharf, emerging from the still waters of  Etang de Vaccarés, the largest lake in Camargue, France. Taken on a rainy evening of mid April.  The ethereal effect comes from a very long exposure - about 4 minutes - combined with the rain: the long exposure has made the water perfectly smooth and blurred the clouds in the sky, whilst the rain provided a sort of natural flou filter to the entire image.