I don’t often go out with my camera early in the morning, but when I occasionally do, I don’t regret it. As a matter of fact, we can obtain a similar type of light whether it is at the sunset or sunrise. However, there is a difference, and the photos will show it. Most of them are available as art prints in my Fine Art America gallery. Click on them for a larger view (links open in a separate window)!
You can never capture that freshness of the air in the golden afternoon light. That reason made me leave the comfort of being inside on a crisp late October morning.
I was in Prince Edward county, Ontario, Canada and the frost was covering the ground, but I had to go out 🙂 What a miss if I wouldn’t have! ( I have posted this photo below already on my GiftSmart.com website)
At that time we were renting a home nearby this lake resort which was closed for the winter. A totally beautiful place!
As the sun was going higher, the frost disappeared and a warmer light started to show.
I think that I spent more than one hour walking around, and taking photos of various aspects of this cold morning. I just couldn’t leave.
Through the trees across the lake when looking from a different angle, some more beauty revealed to my eyes
… And I just couldn’t ignore these golden frosted maple leaves on the ground on my way back…
On that October morning, down on Picton Bay, the ferry was transporting passengers to work. But it does this every morning and month of the year… What a nice way to start your day!
The morning light is definitely unique. Isn’t it?
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #93 – Morning |