G'day folks. Finally rigged up my P7-14 with a Cokin P holder based on the Tony B method....worked great I think. https://www.mu-43.com/f38/using-filters-7-14mm-problem-solved-28762/ The shot below is a 5 second exposure in what was still relatively bright light, my plan was to stick around to just after sunset and really stretch out the exposure to 30 seconds + ....but had to unexpectedly leave so didn't get the chance to stick around. Maybe next time. I had a 3 stop ND and a 2 stop reverse grad stacked (both Hitech) but given the amount of strong light I was only able to get a 5s exposure and thus the water surface didn't completely turn to a smokey glass, also, there wasn't much movement in the clouds so there no chance of getting anything dynamic there. Had I been able to stick around for 30 minutes longer I would have got the weaker light and thus the longer exposure and effect I was after. This shot was taken at 8mm which is awesome given I had a holder and 2 filters attached....unfortunately though, I had to crop a little and lost some width because of some reflections I was getting off the filters from the big city lights behind me...simply standing behind the camera probably would have sorted that out. All in all I'm pretty happy with the result and the potential....the holder and filters take up next to no space at all. BTW....this is what is left of the original Princes Pier in Port Melbourne. It was built 100 yrs ago was 580 meters long and had a railway line on it. This bridge was where a huge number of Melbournes post world war II European migrants first set foot on Australian soil. I don't think the per got much use in recent decades, unmaintained it became unstable and dismantled about 10 years ago....this is all that's left.