05.19.2019 Mount Pollux Sunrise

Same location as my last post, but different day, different time, different direction.  I was actually out to shoot the full moon and will post that at another time.  Hazy sky both to the west and here in the east.

After the last post I thought I needed to renew my break of day cred. I’ve been waking anywhere between 2-3 a.m. so getting out early has become too easy, I need afternoon naps.  🙂

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 05.19.2019 Mount Pollux Sunrise

  1. You’ve got good tonality throughout the image.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    My problem’s been waking up. It’s the beginning of full summer here, with the attendant heat and humidity, and it always takes me a while to round into shape. I’m intrigued by the diagonal line bisecting the clouds, as well as by that beautiful, unusual blue. The line through the clouds looks like a tideline, where the waters of the Gulf of Mexico meet the waters of Galveston Bay. I wonder if two different air currents are meeting there, with temperature differences (or whatever) accounting for the ‘line.’

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    • I would guess you to be correct about the air masses. Possibly one sub-ducting below the other.
      I do feel a bit groggier now, and stiffer, when I wake up. But Bentley is my alarm clock, getting me up well before dawn. Thanks to him I shouldn’t miss any planned sunrise shoot. I’d think early morning there would be the coolest part of the day although also quite humid. We’ve had mostly 70’s for our highs with just a couple of 80’s so far. I doubt we’ll be competing with you for heat index highs.

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