Hark! What light through yonder tree shines?

062905morninglight.jpg The morning sun breaks through the trees along Bethlehem Church Road in Floyd County. I pass this way often on pre-dawn sojourns and the rising sun often overwhelms the morning as light brings in the day.

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The morning sun breaks through the trees along Bethlehem Church Road in Floyd County. I pass this way often on pre-dawn sojourns and the rising sun often overwhelms the morning as light brings in the day.

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  1. Goddamn, your pictures are extraordinarily beautiful–would you be offended if I were to ask if you are using any special filters or anything? I used to help my dad shoot photos (actually, I was the one who carried his equipment for him and “posed” so he could get a reading on something–of course, he’d always drag me out in the dead of the New York City winter, too!)
    I was a fan of CapHillBlue/The Rant but I dunno, this picture site is blowing me away here!
    -Adam Wilk

  2. Normaly, the only filter I use is a skylight (to protect the lens more than anything else). I shoot mostly in RAW mode on a Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II (16.7 megapixels) and then try different white balance settings in Photoshop until I get the effect I want.

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