This is one of my favorite images in my year-long project of shooting North Dakota every day of 2010. Some days my photos are so amateurish and bad that I don’t post them.
But on this day, just a short walk from my home I saw what might work for a good image. Of course it’s the Golden Hour, and it shows. The color is radiant in the trees and along the horizon.
Most unusual (and if you’re from North Dakota, you know what I mean) there is no wind. The reflective glass of the Wilton Centennial Park pond is perfect to bounce back the trees and light around it.
I could easily vote for this as my favorite photo of the year in North Dakota 365. What do you think?
2 thoughts on “October 10 Wilton’s pond at sunset”
Beautiful! I love the reflections!!
It’s a rare moment on these wind-marked plains to see a body of water that has no trace of the fingers of wind.