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Lily Pads
Photo By Mark Vrzala

  • Title: Lily Pads
  • State/Province/Region: New York
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Kanawauke Circle
  • Nearest Town: Sloatsburg, New York
  • Brief Directions: Harriman State Park by Kanawauke Circle.
  • Notes: Adobe Photoshop CS5, slight crop, highlights and shadows, and sharpening.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: i was shooting other lily pads to the left when i saw the interesting light coming from down under the water was almost black, the lily pads were gray/green with a hint of purple. Shooting into the direction of a hazy sunrise.
  • Gear: Canon 50d, 100-400, Manfrotto tripod and head
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