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Bay Spray
Photo By Lance Varnell

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Photographer: Lance Varnell

Photo Details

  • Title: Bay Spray
  • State/Province/Region (required): Texas
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Gulf Coast Region
  • Nearest Town: Anahuac
  • Description: Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge is in Chambers County, Texas and is a great destination for birding and photography. This is classic coastal plains scenery. Abundant wildlife. Alligators (aplenty), Great Blue Herons, River Otters and Bobcat. Just to name a few species. Patience and your vehicle used as a mobile blind are two keys to great wildlife photos at this refuge.
  • Brief Directions: From Houston take Interstate 10 East to Highway 61 South. Exit and go right. Follow the signs.
  • Notes: The area I shot this photo in is not a spot of outstanding beauty. The wind was really blowing hard on this evening and there were whitecaps in Galveston Bay. The shoreline was eroded and the waves were slapping against it. Every so often some spray would be produced. The setting sun and some backlight turned this into a special moment for me. I get a lot of satisfaction from finding something good in a landscape that at first glance seems very bland.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Nikon D300-18-70mm Nikon Zoom Lens

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