I shot this early one morning on the south eastern coast of the United States, in North Carolina. The storm in the distance is a common occurrence in the warmer months of the year. It's humid and warm and just right for these pop up thunderstorms. The wide open skies and a cooperative sunrise made for a very pretty view over the top of the grass and reeds and other stuff growing in this salt marsh.
We spent much of the next day kayaking around these marshes, in and out the natural channels that I believe are kept mostly free by the tides. Not sure about that. It's shallow and protected so you're never quite sure what you're going to see - little stingrays or eagle rays, smaller fish, etc. Lots of sea birds too.
If you pretend a little bit on the red and purple ends I think there's just about every color of the rainbow in this photo. Ok, maybe pretend alot.