If you've taken on the arduous task of reading the many commentary's I've attached to my photo's you'll remember that I've mentioned more than once how every photograph captures a unique moment in time, filled with so many variables that you can never hope to come back to the same spot another year month or day and hope to record the exact same shot, if you failed for some reason to do so the first time. Life on earth is tremendously dynamic, and provides we photographers with endless ways and options to capture it's amazing images.
Look how much difference just five to ten minuets between these three shots changed the way I decided to capture this scene. The colors here aren't much different from what you would have seen with the naked eye.
Wolfe's pondStaten Islandspringscenicsunrise