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Foggy Dawn and the Burning Sun

by | Jan 31, 2011

Yesterday morning I went to the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge on Florida’s Gulf Coast and started to realize as I got closer to the water that the fog was really going to be too thick to get the types of landscape shots I was after. As I entered the refuge, I couldn’t see the road ahead of me, and decided to just wait for the sun to come up and see what happens. It’s a tactic I’ve used before with several very surprising outcomes. This early morning was no exception……

Foggy Dawn and the Burning Sun

The sun burning through layers of fog in the salt marshes of the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

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2 Comments

  1. Sharon Johnson

    Outstanding!!!!

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  2. Sharon Johnson

    Outstanding!!!!

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