Sunrise happens in stages. If you decide to photograph a sunrise stay for the finale. These were all taken without a tripod using my nifty fifty prime lens.
The sun and clouds did all the work. I just pressed a button a few times. One of the most beautiful sunrises I have ever seen. I have way too many pictures.
It rained most of the morning.
I played hookey on Wednesday and spent the day in Taylors Falls MN. We went on the boat ride and it was a lovely day . . . but a bit too sunny for photographs.
I took this picture a decade ago. It is one of my most stolen pictures. The best time to get pictures like this is in August and September early in the morning.
Some of the people buried here died in wars and others served during wars. My Father-in-law was a WWll veteran. I never met him.
Normally I use a wide angle lens to photograph architecture and street scenes. This one was taken with a 100mm prime lens. I can’t get as close which is fine. I am going to keep experimenting and am looking forward to getting out for some night shots too.