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Float above deserted marshes: Floating Dreams

Even the birds don’t fly
Summer noonday dreams
floating on the water

It is a quiet, very warm day in the marshes of nature reserve Agger Tange. Not a breath of wind, not a bird in the sky.

‘Floating Dreams’ is a photo in the series ‘Float above deserted marshes’, part of the gallery ‘Untouched land‘.
I made this photo in nature reserve Agger Tange, a wetlands area just south of the coastal town of Agger on the North Sea coast of northwest Jutland, Denmark.

Floating Dreams - Abstract realistic fine art landscape photography

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