About the photo:
Honeymoon Island, FL
Sometimes things don't go as planned. Specially when it comes to photography. you can plan every little detail, but sometimes, the forces that be have a different agenda.
I was on a mission, looking for a specific photo, completely different to this one in fact. As I walked along the beach, looking for the shot, I saw this unique tree that drew me to it. I walked around the area for a little looking for that perfect angle.
As the sun drew down, my light started to fade and my time running out. I stopped and got low. Time seemed to stop as the sun settled right between the branches, the only gap in this mangled mess. I pressed the shutter as my time ran out but time was now frozen and this image sealed forever!
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