As I left home this morning I rode into one of the most stunning sunrises I have ever witnessed. I couldn’t help myself so I stopped at a couple of locations as I headed east and took multiple photos. Each photo is untouched and the colors were as rich and vibrant then as now. I hesitate to share too many images, but am compelled to give you a half-dozen just so the intensity of this sunrise captures you as it did me.Having a stationary object included in a sky photograph usually accents both the sky and the object, as did this utility pole. However, only one stayed still, and it sure wasn’t the clouds!I couldn’t resist taking a photograph of the photographer. I like reflections from glass, water or from any reflective material.Within minutes the shapes and colors of God’s palette changed. I never knew ambers so rich as these. And the shadows so vivid while the reflections were so brilliant. Ablaze was the eastern sky this morning. And just think, this is eastern Kansas and not some exotic locale. What a privilege to have witnessed this unfolding of morning on September 23rd, the Autumnal Equinox. Perhaps this Fall will be special. It certainly started out that way for me…and now for you!
Nothing then a BIG LIKE on all of these Michael, I keep telling myself ..Öne day”, then I laugh at myself 😉
It is good to find humor in one’s self. I laugh at myself quite often. You never know about that One Day…it just may happen! I know how much you enjoy sun rises and sun sets so I am glad you liked these photos. Also, thank you for all of the other likes-so very generous. Glad to see you post even if it is infrequent, Mum!
thats a set and a half Michael – you were rewarded for the early rise
As you know, it pays to rise early (most of the time!). Thanks Scott.
Wow, incredible photos of an incredible sunrise, by, of course, an incredible guy!
Wow, such an incredible comment! Haha. I thank you from the bottom of my heart, and that’s no joke.