Wetland at Dawn (part 2)

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It was about 30 minutes after sunrise when the sun first crested above the trees on the far side of the wetland. Solstice had been swimming in the murky waters while I snapped photos for over an hour. The morning dew shimmered in the golden light and I struggled to capture it without overexposing the light. I have a feeling we will have a few more mornings like this before summer is over!

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  1. Amazing photography, I could look at your photos all day! :)

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