Nature’s Concert Hall

 

Corkscrew-12 Walking along the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Boardwalk I realize this is where my element is.  I shoot concerts and portraits and I’m quite busy at it, but this is where I readjust, realign my thinking, learn how to shoot better and get creative.  I arrived early in hopes not to come in contact with too many other humans.  I enjoy interaction, but this morning I need quiet.  I am going to be extremely busy for the next couple of months and I will be running non stop with events, concerts, band shoots, portraits and weddings.  I needed to simply walk and to be quiet.  The silence is golden, there is no one else except for me and an occasional woodpecker singing with many other birds and insects.  I watch the leaves drift from the trees; fall soon will be here.  It’s amazing to just be quiet for a while, to take it in and to learn from nature.

The noise level I experienced with a group of people makes me wonder why they come to a sanctuary like this, where the quiet is what you absorb.  If you plan on seeing anything, you need to be quiet and sadly they will leave the sanctuary thinking there is nothing there.  My morning was quite productive with many wonderful photos taken; not all wildlife, but the flora which is quite beautiful.  However it was the sounds of quiet, the gentle breeze, the buzzing of the bees and the singing of the birds that I took away with me this fine morning.

 

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