Sand Bars, Wakes and Sunrise

March 5, 2022

True to form, lion-like early March weather  greeted me this morning.  It will turn over in the coming weeks to milder, lamb-like temperatures but as I set out to shoot sunrise this morning and it was a WAKE UP AND TAKE NOTICE 31 degrees.  Windless low tide on the Cape Henlopen sand flats was a condition I pre-envisioned and so I headed right there for the sunrise shoot.  The water surface was like a mirror until wake from a distant ship washed across the shallows.  I found the pattern of the wake waves moving through the sand flats to be an interesting addition to the scene.

Twin Fawns
New Lens
Captiva Sunset

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