Tag Archives: Sunrises

The Sun peeping…

… through the leaves, causes the birds to chirp, the bees to hum, flowers to open and the dew to start to evaporate. However you have to be up, have your camera in hand and the omnipresent cup of coffee … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

The windmill is in Addison County, Vermont, one of those images that are more iconic than anything else. It is along Rte 22A and again one needs to be up and out early to see things. Memorial Day when I … Continue reading

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Riding in to morning

One of my most enjoyable times was in school studying with Antonio Frasconi, a quite famous artist who made his fame doing woodcuts. I still do them although not as much as I did in the past. I simply don’t … Continue reading

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Fog on the Pacolet River

Autumn in South Carolina has some humidity and cool mornings. The combination of the two plus some solar warming produces a low fog on the rivers and in the sloughs. As the morning progresses the fog lifts becoming a low … Continue reading

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Burning off the fog

The golden glow of an autumn morning sunrise works on the Pacolet River fog, a slow but steady chore in the cool temperatures. As usual, the sun won and the fog left to challenge it on another day.Parris Bridge Rd, … Continue reading

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Bethel Mountain Sunrise

This view is from the top of the eastern Green Mountains taken from where one is looking across the Connecticut River into New Hampshire. The patch of fog in the middle of the image is around Sharon, Vermont. The location … Continue reading

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Foggy Sunrise

The first image was posted back in May 2011. I’m using it again to demonstrate how light changes in the matter of moments. The second photo was made about four minutes after the first and required me turning about 60° … Continue reading

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A Vermont morning

As I noted before photographers have to have a strong familiarity with their area and cannot be late risers. Morning and evening light is quite different from that in the middle of the day. Morning light is cooler, dust has … Continue reading

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It’s off to work they go

Living somewhere most of your life has advantages for an artist; one gets to know where to be at what time of day and what time of year to capture the photograph. Now that may sound easy, but much serendipity … Continue reading

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Morning on the farm

Cool morning and overnight rains produced enough moisture to layer mist. Retreating clouds keep the light subdued.Green St and Rte.17, Waltham, Vermont 7/12/2009

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