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Whispering Reeds: A Light Breeze After The Rain (1)

The land is soaked after a heavy rain shower.
The water of the lake still reflects the intense gray color of rainclouds blown past.
A late afternoon sun shines gingerly through the thinning cloud cover…

‘A Light Breeze After The Rain (1)’ is a photo to the series ‘Whispering Reeds’, part of the gallery ‘Untouched land‘.
I made this photo late in the afternoon, standing on the shore of the lake ‘Flade Sø’, just north of the coastal town of Agger in northwest Jutland, Denmark.
It is one photo of a triple diptych (or double triptych…), made after a heavy winter rain shower.

A Light Breeze After The Rain - Abstract realistic fine art landscape photography by Jacob Berghoef

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