Did anyone remember to get outside at dawn with your cameras? I remembered, but have also been extra tired with that new back problem of mine (which is slowly improving to my normal state of wonky I’m happy to report). And right now I’ve got a cold, but! I did manage a short morning dawdle yesterday on the brink of our deadline. And I’ll keep at it for as long as the theme amuses me. I’ve been thinking of doing some “around the season round the block” kind of projects, actually. Like the view from my new studio windows…
Would be fun if you posted your dawn images (don’t be shy if you’re late) somewhere and added a link in the comments! I have moderation on for links, so don’t worry if they don’t appear instantly.
My own contribution will be just the raw snapshots, photoshopping is for rainy days. And we’ve been having such lovely days, just like early autumn is supposed to be in my book, sunny and calm. And pretty fog at sunrise, also making everything quite wet, so I haven’t ventured far from the house yet in the tall grasses.
And we have our first contribution already:
- Your link could be here!
16 thoughts on “September sunrise challenge”
Wow, nogle flotte billeder. På denne årstid er der altså noget ved at have en udsigt!
Tak. 🙂 Det er virkelig en gave med sådanne herligheder lige udenfor vinduerne! Så kan køvenhavnerne beholde deres sushibarer og andet skrammel….
I remembered and posted here: https://whatimuptotoday.wordpress.com/2015/09/30/september-mornings/
and tried to do the link thing, not sure if I did it right or not. 🙂
Thanks for the lovely contribution!
I simply love your dawn photos! I really like that time of day and the haze and quiet atmosphere. I once took some photos of a dawn on the west coast round my holiday house and the sand dunes. The morning mist just slowly revealed the chimneys, top of trees, then roofs, then more and more. Aw, it was such a lovely experience, and not easy to catch on a normal amateur camera!
We’d love to see, nevertheless!
I’d love to share it and went looking though oodles of old photos, but I can’t find it, I’m afraid. I wish!
Will make an attempt to wander out at dawn here in Maine, camera in hand. Very nice , Pia!
Thanks – and there is still time to join! 🙂
I forgot. Damn. But maybe I can do early October! Your photos are pretty spectacular–so moody and atmospheric!
Thank you! And there will be sunrises in late October as well, you know! 😉
Dawn and I are only occasional acquaintances, but I love seeing your photos!
Well, you made it! I’ll add your link to the list… And thanks.:)
Beautiful photos! I will just wait for some weeks, then dawn will be at 11 am and even i will be capable to go oustside and make photos 😉
Thank you. We just switched to “winter time” which means dawn happens an hour earlier according to the clocks.