I had scouted these buoys a few days before I took this picture, having a completely different image in mind. I was immediately intrigued by their V-shaped order, making for a very obvious leading line. The buoys all have different colors, which, in daylight, would make for a very light-hearted picture. What I didn’t think about was the fact that at sunrise the colors wouldn’t be visible as they would require more direct sunlight. I was, however, more than compensated by the gorgeous reds and oranges of the early-morning light, both in the sky and reflected on the water. So instead of a fun, multi-colored, image I got a serene, tranquil shot that I like much better.
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