This image is from a previous trip to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Cambridge, Maryland. We arrived as the sun was coming up, so I stopped near the entrance to take a few shots of the trees along the entrance with the warm glow of the rising sun behind the trees. This was my favorite of the series, shot with a Canon 17-40mm lens @ 17mm. This is a lens I hardly ever use and is not my favorite lens for landscapes, but it was in my bag so I gave it a try anyway. In the end I liked the image. I usually use a 24-105mm and shoot multiple images @24mm for a slight panorama view.
Nice color on the horizon shining through the trees, Reed.
Thanks Steve! It was a good start to a Great Day there. One of my favorite NWRs!
Lovely, Reed! And I can tell to know exactly where you stopped to take this. 🙂
Yea! I thought you would know where I was to take this! 😊
You captured this sunrise photo beautifully!
Thanks Belinda! It is a Great place to photograph! Plenty of possibilities for interesting images!