The best light for photographs in generally the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. The angle of the natural sunlight adds to the shadows and the overall depth of the scene. This photo was taken during an early September morning. There was no wind, so the water was calm and full of reflections. There are interesting light highlights at various points in the scene. The brighter tops of trees on the east side tell you that the sun was fairly low as it had not yet illuminated all the trees or the ground. Next time you are in an art museum or gallery, look to see from which direction the light is coming and how differently the scene would be illuminated should the sun be higher or lower in the opposite direction. This photograph works very well as a metal print and could go nicely behind a sofa or dining table in a large size. It also looks beautiful as a framed and matted print on a fine art paper.
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