A series of sunrise and sunset images from a previous trip to Blackwater NWR near Cambridge, Maryland. The Featured Image was taken with a Canon 400mm DO lens with a 1.4X Teleconverter.
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Beautiful shots Reed!
Thanks so much! Blackwater NWR is a great place to photograph!
Gorgeous, Reed! A beautiful refuge for beautiful sunrise and sunset photos!
Thanks! Yes! It is a Great Refuge to photograph Beautiful Sunrises & sunsets!!
I’ve been itching to go again to Blackwater. The rare Tropical Kingbird is still there, every day, for every birder’s delight! Oh, and the Tundra Swans and White Pelicans just arrived!!
You have a lot of nice depth in that second shot with that stacking.
Thanks! Image or Focus stacking works well! Helps get what you want in sharper focus!
I love the first shot, realy awesome.
Thanks so much! It is a Great National Wildlife Refuge to photograph in! Landscapes, Sunrises, Sunsets & Bald Eagles!!
Amazing captures, Reed! Love the second photo where the sun and trees are reflecting in the water. It offers more depth to your photo, but this is my interpretation of this serie.
Thanks so much Greta! It is one of my favorite places to photograph! Has Great sunsets & sunrises with Great views plus wildlife! Thanks again!
Great sunrise/set shots, Reed. Wish I was closer to Blackwater.
Thanks! It is a Great place to photograph landscapes & wildlife! It is a little over 3 hours to get there for me, so do not get there as often as I would like!
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