It was late…lucky me.
What a strikingly beautiful image of the gloaming! I had no idea it could be captured in a photo.
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I am glad you like this, Aggie. I try to get out as early as I can for the gloaming, aka twilight, and prefer those scenes over the actual sunrise in many cases like this one.
Me too, but I don’t know how to photograph it. I will be coming back to this one.Thanks again.
Gloaming is a word we don’t often hear these days.
91 year old Lou uses it regularly, and I recognized and adopted it.
So html tags work in comments? I thought I had tried and failed.
Yes, html tags work in WordPress comments. I often use html to italicize scientific names.
What a comfortable image. I can hear the birds waking up.
It was a very pleasant few minutes, Linda. The birds were just waking, the air was still and cool and all-in-all a very peaceful time. Eventually the sky closed up and we received some rain which came off and on during the day and we are just now (Friday am) starting to see the end of the night time’s downpour. Maybe I’ll get to photograph a stream this weekend. They’ve all pretty much slowed to a trickle until now.
Were you waiting for the paper to arrive so you could take it with you on a photo outing?
Well, it would come in handy to swat the mosquitoes but not in this instance. Just waiting to read it while eating breakfast before going to work.
I spend my time photographing Nature out of love for my subject and to get away from all the “stuff” in the newspaper.
You captured the part of the day I like best, just when the darkness starts to recede and the most amazing light show takes over the sky.
Best part for me too.
Beautiful photo. Early am in the best time of day when the stillness of the night still hangs a bit heavy.
I agree…I like early morning better than most any time. Depending on my day, sometimes bedtime is the best. 🙂
Bedtime I s generally the best for me since I literally fall into bed each night. I am very tired by days end.
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