Levada tunnels revisited! 😀
Interesting fact about this photo, i didn’t use flash to take it 🙂 It was taken while in the middle of a long tunnel. It’s pitch black in there, so I put the camera down on the tripod and set the exposure for 30 seconds, then pressed the shutter and “painted” the walls of the tunnel with light from the flashlights! This way i was able to capture all these textures on the walls and ground! 🙂
It seems that a lot of people slip in this part of the tunnel, as you can see from the footsteps! Also, the height of it is around 1.70m and the width ranges from 30 cm to 2 meters.
Hope you enjoy it, and see you tomorrow! 😀
Location: somewhere in São Vicente – Madeira island – Portugal
Shutter speed: 30 seconds.
Focal Length: 15mm
filter: Hoya 72mm pro1 CP