On a cold day in winter, the fog rolls in off the Atlantic and curls down over the city of Galway. It stays there, settled in a rare calm, for the whole day.
This was a long exposure of approx. 5 minutes. During the exposure, local gulls landed and left the three lampposts, with their temporary poses recorded as ghostly image.
Location: Claddagh Basin Quay, looking out towards the Long Walk and the River Corrib
Time: March 2017
Camera: Hasselblad 501C
Lens Carl Zeiss 80mm f2.8 T*
Film: Ilford Delta 100 120mm film
Development: Studional 1+29