North Texas has been hammered by rain lately, which is a good thing.
And the Trinity River here in Dallas is starting to go over its banks in places, which is a great thing for the Great Trinity Forest because it fills up all kinds of seasonal ponds that birds and wildlife absolutely love. Many of those ponds have been dry for several years.
I ran out last night to explore and see what I could see and came across this scene at Joppa Preserve where a chain of wetland cells and the swollen Trinity River converged. For a few moments, pastels filled the sky with purples and pinks.
Canon 1Dx. 22mm. f/10 @ 1/20 second. Graduated neutral density filter to darken sky.