Solitary – The Weekly Photo Challenge: Lone Walker at Sunrise

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

23 thoughts on “Solitary – The Weekly Photo Challenge: Lone Walker at Sunrise”

        1. Yes, they last longer than sunsets, at least in this latitude. And they are more dependably beautiful. Since we are on the east coast, sunsets are harder to come by than sunrises. Seems logical, anyhow.


        1. I am a mosquito magnet. If there are 25 people on the beach at dawn, they will all decide to eat ME. Do NOT tell me it’s because I’m so sweet. The only time it’s better is if Garry is with me. Then they all decide he is yummier. Not surprisingly, he virtually bathes in insect repellent.


    1. There were a surprising number of people on the beach that morning. It was 5 am … you wouldn’t think it would be so busy. I was the only one with a camera, though. Which was also kind of surprising. It was beautiful. I got more amazing pictures that one sunrise than I normally get in a month of shooting.


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