The lake was a bustling on Sunday afternoon with walkers, cyclists, Frisbee throwers, sunbathers, wind surfers, and the occasional convertible with it's top down. But a Sunday afternoon in Oklahoma just wouldn't be complete without a little bow fishin'.
I've actually heard some photographers say they don't even carry their camera during the middle of the day when the sun is high and the light is not at it's best for optimum photos.
I have to beg to disagree. Is it about optimum light, or is is about capturing life?
Sure, these photos might have been more brilliant had they been taken during the golden hour before the sun sets. But then again, all I would have had was the water and weeds because this fisherman was long gone by then.
A whole lot of life happens in the middle of the day.