Friday, September 18, 2015
6 Early Evening Photos from a Mangrove Forest
The Golden hour for photography happens just after sunrise and, an hour before the sun sets.
These photos were taken between 5-6PM while taking evening strolls over this past week.
The sun, setting low in the western sky, gives the scenery a golden glow.
As long as the wind, doesn't stir things up, reflection photography begs to be shot.
Twice a day the tide goes out, exposing the mangrove roots.
Deep in the forest, it's time to do some wide angle photography; everything is quiet and still.
A close up shot, reveals the rough texture of the trees in these forests.
Backing off with the lens, a parting shot was taken as the light faded.
The mangrove forest gets dark in a hurry, after the sun sets.
No telling, what you might bump into if, you get stuck walking around down there after dark !