Walden Pond golden hour, late September.
It’s not exactly an original thought, but Thoreau may have seen something very similar at this time of year (less the waders and picture-taker, of course). If he did, it would probably be a night like tonight, with a waxing, near full moon to help him see his way back to his sukkah, which was, if I remember rightly, on the side of Walden opposite today’s public beach. From his sukkah’s location, he would be looking eastward to appreciate the rising sun. How would one go about taking the sunrise picture complementary to this one (without getting eaten by a bear)?
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