The edges of the day are where the magic happens for photographers. Well, at least those who live pretty close to the equator.
For those of us in the tropics the sun gets pretty much too harsh for beautiful images a couple of hours after the sun pokes its head above the horizon. Something that those living in the northern or southern extremes of the planet can’t really relate to.
What that means is that we have to get up early to get the most beautiful light. In this image it was just a short walk from my tent to the beautiful mouth of Noah Creek in the Daintree National Park.