No sign of the sun at dawn today, but it did make a brief guest appearance around 7:30, and graced me with this image. It looked like multiple spotlights beaming through the small portals in the clouds.
Sunrise today was experienced while kayaking the Shark River with the birthday girl, my big sister, Cathy.
Today’s sunrise, over a wind-swept Atlantic, had that distinct early autumn feel, as the sun peeks over the horizon a little further south and couple of minutes later every day.
Yesterday’s strong winds maintained the heavy surf conditions at dawn today. Strategically positioned cloud formations offshore framed the sunrise in a dramatic fashion.
Sunrise on the last day of summer 2021 arrived with a strong onshore breeze that forebodes the season ahead.
If you’re a big fan of aqua and orange dawn skies, like I am, this one’s for you! Happy first day of Autumn!
Strong southeast winds fluffing up the low hanging clouds at sunrise, in concert with high humidity glazing the air at the horizon, painted another memorable painting like dawn.
Early autumn dawn looking and feeling very much like a summer sunrise, with the sweet, salty scent of a still warm ocean gently brushed across my face.
Sunrise burned its way through the humidity like a subcutaneous irritation where the ocean meets the sky, as the day arrived with eastbound thunderstorms bearing down over the western horizon. Enjoy the peaceful dawn when we can.
Witnessing the sunrise with temperatures in the mid-fifties for the first time since the late Spring will take time to get used to, but at least the ocean temperatures are staying above sixty — for the time being.