This was taken on a bright afternoon, with a lot of wind. I set the camera up on a tripod, opened the f-stop to let vary little light in and then lengthened the shutter speed to over a minute. I had the .9 ND filter on due to the amount of light. The house is stationary while the smoke tree in the foreground is showing movement. I also converted the color picture to b/w. All editing was done in LR 5 except for resizing and file extension.
In this photo I used the .9 and the .6 ND filters since I was shooting into the light. As you can see, the bottom of the clouds was darkened, the sun was able to give a flare of light as it was peeking around the umbrella. I did use the graduation tool in LR 5 from the upper right corner to somewhere below the sun. This was for me to be able to light the green grass in the bottom of the picture. Other than that it is pretty much right out of the camera.