I recently had an opportunity to go with a friend, Dr. Tim Coleman, to his river house on the Warrior River. It was my third trip, and we often try to go in the afternoon, stay overnight, and come home the following afternoon. It makes for a more interesting trip than just driving down for a quick trip on the river.
To get to the house, however, you have to travel by boat. It is a short distance, so we usually load up the small boat kept at a boathouse near the road, motor over to the house, unload our provisions, and then sit around or take a short boat trip. We sat around on this trip, but decided as the the sun was setting to see if the fish were nibbling. They weren't, so when a tugboat went by, we took off on a tug chase and caught it about a mile from the house. I had no tripod, so I managed to get this handheld shot at about a tenth of a second.
I love the deepness of the colors and the reflection in the water. The photo has not been re-touched in anyway.