Dawn’s Early Light

Dawn's Early Light word

Sunrise on an early morning shoot at Shiloh National Military Park in Tennessee.  This is one of my favorite places to shoot, especially in the late winter and early spring.  I went down this weekend to photograph one of the nesting pairs of Bald Eagles, unfortunately, they were not very active around the nest.  I go early because I always want to try to catch the sunrise and sometimes I get lucky to capture the fog lifting from the battlefield.  The National Military Parks serve as great reminders of the past, but they also serve as places of conservation.  When you visit, listen to the voices of the past and captivate yourself in the here and now.

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2 comments on “Dawn’s Early Light

  1. Ed says:

    Great shot. I’m planning a trip there in mid April if things work out. I also want to stop off at Stones River too. 🙂

    • ppeters21 says:

      Thank you. Spring is a great time to visit Shiloh. Don’t forget to check out the Bald Eagles that are nesting there. They are pretty active in late March, April, and May.

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