Sunday, September 14, 2014

Morning at Little Pond Comes Early

Let me stress that it's just not early, it's REALLY early.  Sunrise in June occurs as early as 4:58 a.m. To get up to capture the pre-sunrise light, I had to set an alarm for 4:30.  That's pretty darn early for a vacation, but I did wake one morning that early.  Unfortunately, it was cloudy, and the light was flat and gray.  After looking through all my photographs I have taken at Little Pond, I noticed a gaping hole- I had hardly any photos taken in the morning on the pond.  I remedied that with this photo, one of my favorites from this summer.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks or getting up so early to capture an amazing photo of the great north woods! It really makes me want to explore that part of the world. Living in Arizona, seeing all the water and green in your images really makes my mouth water. Sunrise is my favorite time of day, when there's no one else around and you can really tune into what's happening. There's such a peace being out on the land alone at that time of day.