12.09.2012 Sunrise Reflection in a Quabbin Tower Window

It had been my intention to post a few more Autumn shots, but I thought this one from this morning would work and the Autumn shots will follow.

I started the morning before dawn with the hopes of photographing the Quabbin Tower during “Blue Hour”.  When I arrived there, however, the sky was filled with mist and there was no blue to be seen.  Although the vista is too cluttered for a sunrise shot, I noticed the color building in one of the tower windows and made this image.  Although it is not what I set out to do, I am pretty pleased even if it is not a strictly Nature image.  Just goes to show that we should always be open to what Nature presents and not only what we have predetermined we would do. 🙂

Sunrise-in-Quabbin-Tower-Window-120912-800FBPlease click the image for a larger view.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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6 Responses to 12.09.2012 Sunrise Reflection in a Quabbin Tower Window

  1. The picture is so good that it seems as if the sunrise is painted on the window panes. Beautiful shot. You should be very proud. I don’t se why the pic can’t be called a nature shot. The version is a bit different but the ultimate goal is the same.

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  2. Andrew says:

    All it needs is a bird flying in the reflected sky 😉

    Seriously, very well conceived, Steve.

    Like

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