What a difference, in a fraction of a second ... The somewhat abstract photograph on the right is the result of a fortuitous "accident" - a strong undertow current shifting my tripod sideways during a time exposure. I was using a long shutter speed to capture a "blurred" effect in the white surf, depicting the water movement around the stationary lava rocks. Bracketing was employed to capture proper exposure, shooting three photographs of this scene.
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