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01.07.10

The magic of photography is being able to capture a moment in time. Sometimes those moments can be grand, sometimes they can be simple. Such as this rendering of these two cattail’s. At first I did not think that a shot was to be found in this field, till I knelt down in the water.
Good thing that the temperatures had warmed up a bit. When I did knelt down, isolating these two against the blue sky, a photograph came into view. That’s the magic, that I still remember when I first picked up the camera 28 years ago.

Nokon D300, 70-200 F2.8, ISO 200, Shutter 1/320, F10, Manual Exposure.