My first night in the Outer Banks for this trip I was with my brother-in-law, Brent. We were bored as I was set up for my shot a few hours before sunset.
In being bored we decided to compete walking down the rails of the boardwalk. Brent slipped off into the marsh; in getting back up, he tracked mud down the boardwalk right before sunset.
Being a little hard core when it comes to my work, I was down on my hands and knees blowing on the mud that would show up in the image to dry it. In the end, I had to move my location completely from what I initially wanted, this image is the result.
Sometimes things happen for a reason; this image is better than the one I had planned for. If Brent would have never taken a muddy spill, who knows if this image would ever exist!
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