The Last Winter Light

The last couple months have been…interesting. No need for specifics, except for one. My focusing hand, (Yes I still use manual focus, I can’t help it, I love it!) sustained a bad injury. For some reason, maybe my stubbornness, the injury made me want to go out and take more photos. My hand wasn’t especially happy, but mentally, it sure helped. I found storm and light chasing a welcome distraction from sitting at home ‘trying’ to heal.

Here are some photos from Minto-Brown Island Park and Baskett Slough Nat’l Wildlife Refuge. And yes, my hand is a bit sore, but healing just fine. 🙂

The trunks of deciduous trees in winter side-lit by the winter sun with an overcast sky in the background

Waiting for spring

A stand of trees reflected in a river slough with grey clouds above and the pink-purple hues of a sunset on the horizon

Winter sunset

A dark rain cloud sits over a wetlands as the light changes hues from warm to cool on opposing sides of the cloud

The passing storm

A wide shot of a wetlands reflecting and partially cloudy sky extending to the thin horizon

Beautiful skies

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