11.25.2019 Pelham Overlook Sunrise

Heading east from home this morning, it looked like most of the horizon was blocked in except for a bit of the northeast sky. Once at the overlook however the sun began to have a greater impact on the higher clouds and, although subtle at first, the color built and combining two exposures helped balance the shadows and highlights

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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18 Responses to 11.25.2019 Pelham Overlook Sunrise

  1. This is more panoramic and therefore more impressive when clicked on.

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  2. Beautiful Sunrise Steve!

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  3. That is gorgeous! The sky is on fire.

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  4. What a sunrise. Magnificent.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    I looked at this image for a long time, several times, trying to figure out what it was that was giving me an odd (though not unpleasant) feeling. I finally got it. From the most strongly moving clouds in the upper left, there’s a diagonal line that intersects the photo: from those clouds, to the bit of white light and the elongated, dark cloud, to the water, to the bottom right corner. Nothing’s quite centered, but the sense of movement is strong, and it kept my eyes moving, back and forth through the image.

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    • I’m glad the image gave you waking REMs. 😀 Thanks for studying it as you did. Originally I had hoped the movement of the clouds during the exposure would close up the bit of brightness showing through but even 8 seconds wasn’t enough.

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  6. Dave Ply says:

    We’ve had some nice sunrises the last couple mornings. Of course, I only saw them behind the neighbors’ houses, being too lazy or forward-thinking to get up early and find a good spot. Good thing you don’t have that problem.

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    • Generally not, but sometimes I get a little lazy and look out the window and realize my error. In our neighborhood the horizon isn’t visible so it’s often guesswork as to whether there is something to see. But it is always worth being out even if the sky is gray.

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  7. Melissa Hall says:

    I love this one too!

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