I’ve said this before, mangroves are one of the hardest subjects to shoot. When you’re there, they look amazing, however they don’t translate well into a photograph. I think this is due to a lack of color and intensity of detail. That’s why when post process these images I will almost always convert to black and white or duo tone.
This evening I went out to Singer Island and walked across the Lake Worth Lagoon to Munyon Island. I was hoping to get a good sunset but that didn’t happen. It was looking pretty good until it disappeared behind some dense clouds. At least I managed to snap this self portrait before the sun vanished.