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Long exposure beneath Manhattan Beach Pier; motion : Stock Photo
Low tide reveals the barnacles on the supporting pillars beneath Manhattan Beach Pier in southern California. The mist is the result of long infrared exposure.

Long exposure beneath Manhattan Beach Pier; motion

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Low tide reveals the barnacles on the supporting pillars beneath Manhattan Beach Pier in southern California. The mist is the result of long infrared exposure.
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Jon Paciaroni
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Moment
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