When I arrived here I knew there was a glowing sunset happening behind the clouds, but the scene was cloaked behind them. But for a brief moment, the clouds opened and a crepuscular ray shined through, allowing for this shot. The clouds and the water look so smooth and dreamy because I used a 10-stop neutral density filter. This is basically a “black” piece of glass that fits over the lens and lets in very little light, which required a very long exposure of around 1 minute. This was a very interesting place because the dock was surrounded by hundreds of meter-long eels who were friendly and curious.