did a quick trip up to Fisheating Creek, the last pristine, free flowing waterway that feeds into Lake Okeechobee. I went maybe 5 miles upstream the first day and spent 2 hours paddling in our wonderful summer thunderstorms. Despite starting in 91 degree heat, I was quite chilled at the end of it.
This was taken as the rains had subsided and the light started getting good. I try to always base my images off a strong comp as priority, but feel this is sold mainly on the atmosphere. Curious how it works for you all.
Thanks as always for the comments, and the larger is better,
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Paul Marcellini Photography