07.19.2017 The Sun does indeed also rise.

That Hemingway tie in would indicate some sort of philosophical post.  Wish I could but unfortunately only have 2000 words worth of imaging to share.

Monday started quite well.

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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10 Responses to 07.19.2017 The Sun does indeed also rise.

  1. shoreacres says:

    Oh, my. The pun’s almost as good as your photos. It took me a few seconds to get the two thousand words reference, but now I’ve got it. Clever man, you.

    The second photo is especially appealing. There’s that color again, and the fog. I’d get up for the possibility of seeing that any day of the week.


  2. Jim R says:

    Speaking of Hemingway, we stayed in a hotel in Oak Park, IL Sunday and Monday nights. Hemingway was born on a block north of the hotel. Monday night we went to Wrigley Field to see James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt. That was fun.


  3. AS I previouosly wrote on FB, this photo is a beauty. Print this for sure. I think is terrific.


  4. Todd Henson says:

    I love these tranquil scenes with early morning mist. Makes me want to be there, to just sit back and watch, no cares in the world for that brief moment. I especially like the simplicity of the second photo with the sun rays shining below the tree. It’s been quite a while since I’ve read any Hemingway. I believe I still have a copy of The Sun Also Rises on my bookshelf somewhere.


  5. Who needs Hemingway’s words when you can have a Gingold sunrise? I just want to linger over these beautiful images.


  6. WordPress has been an introduction to some wonderful photography, and places around the world I’ve never visited. Your photos are a fantastic channel to a wondrous, unknown-to-me world I’m going to call “Morning,” which apparently transpires in a mysterious, misty, and beautiful time before noon. Seriously, I absolutely love these two shots.


  7. bluebrightly says:

    It certainly did! Both views – the more distant and the nearer – have a transcendent quality.


  8. Was it you for whom any morning bells tolled?


  9. tomwhelan says:

    The tree silhouette is beautiful- better than my Monday!


  10. Amazing photographs. I really love your photographs Stephen.


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