This exercise is about experimenting with shutter speed, something I really enjoy. One of the things I love about photography is the ability to alter the perception of time in a way not possible with the naked eye. I especially like the possibilities offered by long exposures, and the superimposition of multiple shots.
In the past I have admittedly stuck to some subjects which would be classed as clichés, mainly water…
I often use Lee Neutral Density Filters, particularly the Little and Big Stoppers. Even on a bright and sunny day these can give exposure times in minutes if required.
For the purposes of this exercise I was a little short of time, so in the absence of crowds of people, traffic and dramatic skies, I reverted to water. In doing so I was at least able to work on the next exercise, Stillness & Movement, for which I am happeir with the results!