I frequent Silver Lake in Dayton, Virginia for a number of reasons. Birding and taking sunsets top the list.
I never know what I will find. Sometimes the sunsets are a bust. Sometimes few birds are present, not counting the ubiquitous resident Mallards.
Like most photographers, I look around for unexpected scenes. I couldn’t miss this one.
The clouds over the mountains to the west had moved east. Consequently, the sun sank behind the Allegheny Mountains without much color or fanfare.
The day’s last rays tinted the remanent clouds that lingered over the nearly still lake. This mirror-image perspective spoke volumes without saying a word.
© Bruce Stambaugh 2022
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