I usually spend much time in the Skagit Valley in March/April, appreciating the Daffodil and Tulip Blooms. Then, I start scouting in mid-March, finding out which fields are planted, accessibility, orientation for sunset/sunrise etc.
This particular week it had been good for sunsets, with the sun setting in line with the Daffodil fields typical of late March. I set up for this picture in the late afternoon, expecting some cloud burnoff but not totally. This tripod-mounted three-shot blend caught the light right before it shut off on the blooms.
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