It had been a warm rainy late Autumn day, and just before sunset the storm clouds began to clear, letting the sunlight thru. The sky was mesmerizing.
I was driving to one of my favorite sunset locations on Shelburne Point. As I crossed over the Laplatte River on I glanced to my right and was struck by the beauty of the scene. I whipped around, parked and walked along the road to the best vantage point. The river was low, exposing green and brown algea along the muddy banks. Although much of the foliage had already dropped, the remaining leaves were still vibrant. The marsh grass undulated slowly in the warm breeze.
I took multiple exposures of each composition so I could combine them in photoshop (HDR).
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