Sixty Seconds

I was in Melbourne for two nights for work and I made the most of it by beading out around sunset to get some long exposures around the Yarra River.

While I was editing this photo I zoomed in on the patrons and to my amazement there is one person who did not move for the full 60 seconds of the exposure and two others that barely moved.

 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

The first 120% crop is the one person who looks to have not moved at all during the exposures with the next coming in a close second then the last way behind the others.

I find it fascinating how you can see what these people were doing over time in the still image.