“Pond Painting?”

Playing with aperture settings oftentimes brings lovely results. This shot results from my hike around the upper pond on the mountain at Oak Glen this past Sunday. It’s the kind of place that draws me back like a magnet. ~SueBee (photo by SueBee)Pond Painting

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