I made the short paddle across Taylor’s Creek this morning then hiked to the flats to photograph the horses. There was a definate chill in the air as the sun peeked above the islands but things warmed up nice in short order. The one advantage of visiting the horses on foot rather than by kayak is getting to use a tripod. The tripod allows you to use a slower shutter speed without blurring the image. When hand-hold the camera in the kayak shutter speeds have to be higher which requires making compromises on other settings. Below are a few photos from this morning’s session.