A very simple image consisting of Spartina grass spikes sticking out of the marsh water before dawn on a foggy autumn morning. It was a perfectly still morning without even a hint of breeze and just enough light to see the spikes but not enough to have shadows. I had been trying to shoot this scene for several years and finally all the conditions meshed perfectly to allow it. Both the mosquitoes and I were very happy with the results. Taken at Hickory Mound, near Perry, Florida.
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