Friday, March 03, 2006

Abstract Winter Sunrise



30 Comments:

Blogger micki said...

Homeschooling five kids keeps me busy. I live in a heavily wooded area, and to see a sunrise, I have to drive 25 minutes to the end of the peninsula to watch it from the shore. During the holidays in December, my husband had a week and a half vacation. I was able to get out three mornings during the week to shoot the sunrise. I fired off a roll of film each time. One morning I got lucky with an absolutely spectacular sunrise. The colors were great, and the film I used kept them true to life. At the end, right before the sun rose over the horizon, I zoomed in and took a bunch of shots. Here are three of my favorites from that moment. The sun didn’t rise over the Bay that morning, but rather, over the oil refinery. That’s the small light you see in the photo on the botto.

Konica Minolta 70 Kodak Professional Ultra Color ISO 400 f-22 Aperture Mode Sigma 70-300mm zoom lens

6:48 AM  
Anonymous àsìkò said...

very nice sunsets, makes me wish i was not here

6:50 AM  
Anonymous david said...

very nice shots; as i sit here shivering, i too wish i wasn't here!

8:20 AM  
Blogger Sidney said...

WOW ! WOW! WOW!
Gorgeous! Amazing sky & colors!
Beautiful!

8:42 AM  
Anonymous lino from Oz said...

Excellent capture of the sunrise in these three shots.
Super colours.

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anders said...

Spectacular indeed. I LOVE the second shot.

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Suby said...

I love the colours. Nice, actualy inspired me this morning when I saw these pictures to go out to take some landscape shots. Nothing as dramtic as this was however captured :)

Suby

10:42 AM  
Blogger Ali said...

What an amazing sunrise. I would have thought that these were edited to make them look better but that does not seem to be the case. Wow! These sunrises are pretty rare and hard to photograph. Great job!

11:29 AM  
Anonymous Danielle said...

Amazing colors. This really brightened my rainy day!

11:45 AM  
Blogger Abe said...

You're making me want to actually use my film SLR's. Great shots!

12:00 PM  
Blogger micki said...

Woo hoo to film SLRs!!

12:48 PM  
Blogger DEREK said...

something about sunrises that are always good for the soul. I used to live on the beach and it was my daily ritual, now that I live on the river, I watch the sunsets. I miss my sunrises.

these just take my breath away.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous outdoorexposure said...

worth to go for the morning sunrise.....absolutely beautiful...great color gradient:-)

2:26 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

These are just beautiful!! Very, very nice.

5:10 PM  
Blogger ndiginiz said...

Tena koe ehoa
Lovely trilogy Micki with great colour and vibrancy. The contrasting angles the individual images were shot at is great at creating different perspectives of each image.

6:44 PM  
Anonymous Roger said...

Very nice sunsets. Well done.

7:22 PM  
Blogger Dia said...

...soooooooo beautiful :) :) :)
Wish I was there, you make me now travel with my mind... :)

7:31 PM  
Anonymous david said...

Some really nice images - lovely warm colours in the sky and soothing to look at! cheers

8:00 PM  
Blogger Duane Bong said...

Very nice sunset colours! I think this shows how much digital still has to catch up with film. Ok ok... I know, it's actually the photographer, not the equipment. ;)

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Brent said...

Nice results, Micki.

9:21 PM  
Blogger Jerry said...

beautiful:) your pictures are more sensitive than the others. i'm sure that is more important than skill or quality of cameras.

12:12 AM  
Anonymous Nina said...

I must say the middle show it my favorite. The composition is unexpected and the clouds are just gorgeous. You homeschool 5 kids? Wow! Impressive.

3:08 AM  
Anonymous Nina said...

Pardon, "middle shot" is what I'd meant to type.

3:09 AM  
Anonymous sil said...

Stunning sequence! Great colors and mood :)

3:23 AM  
Anonymous anagnorisis said...

absolutely gorgeous!

3:44 AM  
Anonymous G said...

Very nice and, as you know, I have recent experience with waking up at ungodly hours to do the same. Is it a sickness? Maybe.

Anyway, although I enjoyed them all, my preference is for #1 - the water gives it depth and draws my eye to the sun on the horizon.

4:21 AM  
Anonymous John said...

Great colours, a super series.

7:05 AM  
Anonymous roberman said...

A burning sky! Great colours.

6:17 AM  
Anonymous yungyaw said...

They are like great paintings from great artist. Beautiful colours.

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Ella said...

This series is amazing! I am glad you posted all three of them, because for me through the different compositions different moods are created. And I really can't decide, which one I like best and it's a great thing I don't have to :-). You really seem to have the "photographic mojo" and I'll be watching your site from now on.

1:44 AM  

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