Thursday, November 30, 2017

Another Daybreak

The previous two posts were both from early Monday morning at the cottage. But on Thursday morning something similar occurred, this time with the snow gone, or most of it.

The old barn again. I think this sunrise was possibly a little nicer than the first one.




Then down to the planer mill, I took different shots this time. When I say shots, I will just inflict this one upon you.



I continues onward; this tree is not far from the mill. I chose to keep the foreground dark although I might reprocess it differently in the future since I am not sure that I like it now that I see it again.



Finally, I ambled down to the river, near the part where we sometimes swim. The reflections were gratifying.




8 comments:

Joanne Noragon said...

Another superb series. I addicted myself to photography in the seventies, and eventually wound up with a dark room, to control and express my prints. There are so many variations to be had in any one of these pictures, and now we can do it with a mouse and a computer. These are great photos!

Debbie said...

the reflections are amazing!! a beautiful sunrise, you have a great spot for taking pictures!!!

Mara said...

Love the photos. I am so jealous of that spot. Well, of you really, being able to enjoy that spot!

Swimming? It looks freezing there right now!

Marie Smith said...

Such gorgeous colours! It looks so peaceful too.

Silver Willow said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Mage said...

REally wonderful stuff. You should be very pleased.

Jenn Jilks said...

It's a bonus for your fans when you are up early!!!

Vicki Lane said...

So beautiful!