Shortly after photographing sunrise at the Moulton barn in Grand Teton National Park, I turned behind me to see this view.
The sun was still low enough to hide behind that tall tree. It cast really fun shadows across the ground, and the dew began to glow on the leaves and grass.
I photographed a few frames from various locations and wound up falling in love with this one. Because you cannot see the sun or light flare. But you can tell there is a large light source behind the dark tree.
Processing it in black and white, like I did here, brings out the texture and the beauty of the light caused by the morning sun.