>>>Morning light on the prairie

Morning light on the prairie

Photographer Carl Kurtz writes, “Calm wind conditions that prevail overnight, along with cooling temperatures and high humidity often produce summer ground fog and dew-covered vegetation. It is as if a light rain had fallen to coat every blade of grass, seed head and flower heavy with water droplets. In early morning light landscapes take on a special charm never present in mid-day. It’s short lived, however, for in an hour or two the meadow dries and the magic of morning light are just a memory.”

By | 2011-08-11T06:14:16+00:00 August 11th, 2011|Wild Places by Carl Kurtz|0 Comments

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