While taking a boat ride through Caddo Lake in the winter, a great shot can emerge as it can in any season. Caddo is filled with baldcypress trees swallowed up with spanish moss. I felt very drawn to this scene. The sun was beginning to filter through the clouds and sent a backlight through the trees making the spanish moss silver color radiate and the brown leaves left over from fall pop. Caddo Lake was formed by the 1812 New Madrid Earthquake and was a huge riverboat port for many surrounding towns, you can't help but to get lost in the vast opportunities of wildlife and scenery.