There’s nothing quite like a wetlands sunrise. The morning colors sparkle across miles of still water while tall grasses wave in the breeze. Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida protects 729,000 acres of unique freshwater swamp, offering refuge to a wide variety of plants and animals. From hardwood hammocks hiding rare Florida panthers to tidal estuaries teeming with birds and fish, there is so much to see in this wonderful place. Photo by National Park Service.
Took some photos of the stars yet again. This is a stack of 83 pictures with a 5 second exposure each at f/2.0, ISO 1600 and a few seconds interval in between shots(I don’t recall how many second exactly I set the interval for).