A Tricolored Heron at Corkscrew Swamp in Florida stood in a breathtaking ray of light, illuminating a tiny section of an otherwise dimly lit swamp late in the day. The heron used the angle of light to perfectly illuminate fish passing by and captured them. I stood in amazement at the utter magic this particular quality of light gave on the bird. It was a stunning moment where this single ray of light gave me one of the most spectacular lighting moments ever in photography.
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