Marbled Godwits Reflecting A Sunset

Susan Wiedmann

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Marbled Godwits Reflecting A Sunset Photograph

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San Jose, CA - United States

Thank you, Eric, for featuring this image in "Artists California!"

Alligator Alley, Fl - United States

You are welcome, Susan.

San Jose, CA - United States

Thanks very much, Al, for this feature in "Sky Shots!"

San Jose, CA - United States

Thank you very much, Nadine and Bob, for this feature in "All Natural Scenic Landscape!"

San Jose, CA - United States

Thank you very much, Anastasia, for this feature in "PhotosRUS!"

San Jose, CA - United States

Robert, thank you very much for featuring this image in "FAA Featured Images!"

San Jose, CA - United States

Thank you for the feature in "I love Seascapes," Saad!

Salt Lake City, UT - United States

Stunning.

Long Beach, CA - United States

What a gorgeous sunset, Susan! f/v

Central Point, OR - United States

vote

Susan Wiedmann replied:

Thank you very much, Shasta!

San Jose, CA - United States

Thanks also, Neal, for featuring this image in "All Things Reflective."

San Jose, CA - United States

Thanks, Neal, for featuring this sunset in "Sun Rays and Light!"

San Jose, CA - United States

Thank you also, Darren, for featuring this image in "Waiting Room Art." Much appreciated.

San Jose, CA - United States

Thanks very much, Darren, for featuring this image in "Water Water Water."

Jackson, MI - United States

Beautiful work!! f/v

Susan Wiedmann replied:

Thank you, Lee. Mother Nature produced quite a show that night!

Monroe, CT - United States

Very beautiful scene and capture, Susan F&V

Susan Wiedmann replied:

Thank you, Karol. I was thrilled the birds appeared where they did.

Lake Worth, FL - United States

Love the pure golds against the steely grays Susan! We Voted! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

Susan Wiedmann replied:

Thanks, Debra and Dave!

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