Early cloud cover at first light conceded to the sun shortly after sunrise in a dramatic presentation
As we accept that dawn has arrived when evidence that the sun has risen is not so clear, so may we keep faith when it is difficult to see the reasons for doing so.
For a third straight morning, heavy cloud cover has kept the sun out of view. Perhaps tomorrow the weather will change.
Finally, the clouds cleared, except for a ridge at the horizon. Happy first "hump-day" of 2021!
The seventh sunrise of 2021 arrived over a gently ebbing tide, peacefully. Praying today that everyone can experience enough tranquility in their lives to weather the unavoidable storm clouds that overshadow much of these times.
Welcoming the dawn of the last day of the first full workweek of the year.
Certainly an action packed week.
Let’s all have a decompressing weekend and catch our collective breaths.
Dawn arrived today looking like a winter sunrise with temperatures in the low twenties
and stiff northwesterly winds.
Sunrise arrives over a cold, rolling ocean on this mid-January Monday
looking like a Northwest sunset.
As the dawn approached, the sharp difference between ocean and air temperatures created a haze on the horizon and the sun rose filtered by the steamy mist
At first light, under featureless cloudy skies, it appeared as if there would be no dawn photos to share. However, just at the time that the sunrise was expected, the clouds began to recede from west to east