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Canadian Geese At Dawn
Photo By Tom Barnwell

  • Title: Canadian Geese At Dawn
  • State/Province/Region: New Mexico
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Bosque del Apache NWR
  • Nearest Town: Socorro
  • Brief Directions: Along the road at Bosque del Apache NWR.
  • Notes: Image captured during a workshop with Rick Sammon and Juan Ponds, December 2011. The temperature was -3 deg F after a storm dumped 6 in. of snow on the refuge. Conditions were ideal for the backlit morning mist to light up like it was on fire.
  • GPS Longitude: -106.9
  • GPS Latitude: 33.8
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: Canadian Geese fly through the fire mist at sunrise.
  • Gear: Canon 7D, 300MM f2.8, Tripod
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