Showing posts with label Sunrise. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sunrise. Show all posts

Saturday, August 21, 2010

But now they only block the sun...

Sunday morning (August 15th) I woke up early and was just lying in my cot looking out the window when I noticed the sky getting brighter. Then when I looked toward the eastern sky it was filled with a beautiful pink and orange glow. I quickly changed clothes, grabbed the camera and walked to Land's End on the tip of the Homer Spit.

6:09 am

6:12 am

6:18 am

6:20 am

6:22 am

6:40 am

The colors began to fade as the sun started to make its appearance. I say “started” because the lower bank of clouds/fog quickly grew and the sun was hidden for yet another day.

I've cropped off the bottom portion of all photos except for one because that part didn't really add anything to the beauty and simplicity of the clouds and the colors.

The title of this post comes from the song Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Sunrise Over Kachemak Bay

After nearly a week of on-again, off-again rain, Saturday morning (August 14th) promised something different. We had hoped for a day without rain and it started out with a little bit of sunshine! And lots of clouds.

One of the larger boats in the harbor.

Two early risers getting in some fishing time.

The sun makes it up over the top of the mountains.

The fishing boats were heading out. A light breeze was blowing and the seas were fairly calm.

After these boats hooked up together they turned around and headed for open waters. The wave in front of them was caused by another passing boat.