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Photo Of The Day By Troy Harrison
Photo By Troy Harrison
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Hello It’s Me” by Troy Harrison. Location: Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Collier County, Florida.
“A great blue heron sees its reflection in the still marsh waters along the Marsh Trail in Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge,” describes Harrison. “On winter mornings, this marsh is an excellent place to find a variety of wading birds who migrate in for the winter season. The still glass-like water is great for capturing reflections and often illuminates the warm colors of the pre-dawn alpenglow.”
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