I left the car by the side of the road and crossed over to the other side. Here, there is a small foot bridge that crosses this marshy area and provides a viewpoint that looks back up towards the source of water that flows slowly under the bridge and later joins the Pomperaug River.
I walked out to the center of the little bridge and steadied the camera on top of the railing to make a series of exposures with the intent of converting to black and white. In this instance, I was more interested in the variety of textures and tones of the grasses and scrubby trees that manage to grow in such wet conditions.
Pentax K5IIs with kit zoom, processed in Nik Snapseed and Stackables on my iPad Air.