Driving & Shooting

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find it’s difficult to capture the beauty of a sunrise or sunset.  Even when I’m not in a moving vehicle, I usually have some sort of obstruction to the sky.  This picture was taken while driving around the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.  What are some challenging subjects for you to photograph?

4 thoughts on “Driving & Shooting

  1. I actually like the photo a lot! Trees are always a lovely distraction to me, but I understand what you mean. BTW I love the Biltmore Estates. It has been 20 years since I was back there. : (

  2. I like the angular look and the colors are awesome! Good job, now please don’t drive and snap! Lol. The hardest pictures to take are of my Husband. Strange….

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