Camera and Lens: Bronica SQ-Ai, Zenzanon PS 80mm f/2.8
Film stock: Ilford HP5+
Developer: Kodak D76
You can't go wrong with the Mendocino area at sunset time. This photo was taken from the Mendocino Headlands, a long exposure of about 5 minutes using an ND Filter.
You can notice a person on top of the rock. I thought he'd be there for just a few seconds and leave, so he wouldn't be in the image at all. But that guy stood there for more than a couple minutes - or half of my exposure. I knew he was going to be there, somehow.
But I like the result! He's still easily removable from there but I decided to kept the ghostly figure. I think it adds something to the photo and maybe... just maybe... even tells a story (stories in landscape photographs is something I've thought a lot about, and I don't think it's a thing... but this might be a good topic for a whole new post).