The Changing Seasons: January 2021 Of all the weird months we’ve had, this has got to have been the weirdest, the most shocking. From a photographic point of view, though, it’s been very much of the same as every month since… Read More ›
Gold before dawn Yesterday, I gave you a golden sunset. The following day was gleaming and beautiful, perfect for the inauguration and a great uplifting or our hearts. This morning, I woke early and wandered to the kitchen. The sky… Read More ›
Second square, the last light of Autumn sunset And so another year has begun. Another decade. The last one was insane. I wonder how bad or great the next ten years will be. I’m torn between a faint hope that… Read More ›
First square, the first light of dawn It’s a square New Year, my friends. Even though these pictures look more or less identical to ones I took before Christmas, this is a new dawn. A different sunrise with fresh early… Read More ›
I am often up around dawn, but I rarely take pictures. Today, though, the sky was alight with a glorious bright dawn. Then, a few hours later, I got more birds. Hope you enjoyed your holidays.
July Blues and the Sky at Dawn – Vernal Equinox It was dawn on the day of the Vernal Equinox and I had not closed the shades. I usually do, but I forgot. When I woke up, it looked as… Read More ›
We seem to get our best sunrises on the quarter of the year. Sometimes glorious during the Vernal Equinox in March and just around Christmas, if the sky is clear, the eastern horizon lights up. Sometimes, it looks as if… Read More ›
A Hope for Dawn and Dusk – Glimmer: Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It’s impossible to… Read More ›
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Sunset to Sunrise (including nighttime photography) And because I like to keep an even keel, I’ve given you one of each!
Another sunrise on an early February morning.