Monday, 4 July 2016

Sunrise in Five Frames

I am a night owl, so very often I don't see the sun rise. Sometimes I do, though. And it's worth it.

The progression of a sunrise last week:



The colours changed so fast - it was lovely to watch, and I'm glad I had my camera handy.


P. S. Happy Fourth of July to my American friends! May there be something yummy involved :)
 


16 comments:

  1. Nice shots, sunrises and sunsets are hard to capture in a photo, but those do admirably well.
    Independence day is in full swing, even this early in the day. Bangity bangity bang!

    -Doug in Oakland


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    1. Wow, things do start early! 'Bangity bangity bang' made me laugh :)

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  2. That was a beautiful sunrise - good thing you have your camera handy! Happy July 4th!

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  3. Ooooh. Ahhhh.
    Thank you.
    On this side of the world my day is starting with blissful gentle rain. No colour today.

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    1. But the grey skies that bring your blissful rain are worth it, aren't they ...

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    2. Oh yes. The cats would argue the point though.

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    3. Ha ha! Yes, most cats don't really like water much.

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  4. Lovely photographic progression. I used to see that every morning at work --started at 6 am. Then I retired and learned there was no such hour, but I sure appreciate beautiful photos of the illusion. Thank you.

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    1. You know what? It looks like the photos are out of order, but I published them in the order they were on the camera. I think it's because I was adjusting the close-up on the camera between shots. Anyway, the colours are what I was going for. Thank YOU for your highly entertaining wordsmithery, Geo.

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  5. Hi Jenny-so pretty. I'm glad you were there with your camera, too:-)

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    1. Since I started blogging, my camera has never been far from me, Chicken :) Thank you!

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  6. An excellent sunrise! I'm up pretty early but for some reason I rarely see it -- our living room, where I usually am at that time of morning, faces in the wrong direction!

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    1. That can be a challenge! The sun rises where I can catch it but it sets behind dense vegetation so I have to leave home to find it :)

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  7. There are many ways we connect, it seems. Like you, I'm such a night owl that I have mostly only ever seen sunrises if I've stayed up through the dark hours. Heh-heh.

    Glorious pink in that sky there.

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    1. Heh-heh is right ... and reading is generally the reason why :)

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