It was a cold morning to get out there and set up waiting for the sun to come up. But, when you see the results then you know it was worth it.
Thanks for dropping by Byron,
This photograph is phenomenal - simply phenomenal! Are you or your wife football fans
by any chance???
Football fans????? Not in a hundred years. Why?
Thanks for the compliment on the photo Larry,
Right time at the right place!
Well, it wasn't entirely accidental. The day before I took this shot, I had driven around and spotted a few different places to come back to in the morning. And I made sure to be there before sunrise to get ready, but it was all worth it.
Thanks for the visit Charles,
I can understand that - one makes ones own luck! And you´re efforst were worth it!
Another calendar shot Marc. It was 6 degrees here in Lehi again this morning. I'll bet you hate that warm weather in Santa Barbara and are very jealous. I'm going snowshoeing today.
The color of envy is green! I'm going to
venture away from the television, so I can
check out some green junipers & red rocks.
(Think it was 70 degrees yesterday in central AZ. The rattlesnakes will soon appear, along with the butterflies!)
Thank you Dean.
6 degrees is a bit too cold for me. I hate to rub it in, but we have had a heat wave here the past several days. I'm talking about T-shirt weather. But, we are heading out to Joshua Tree this morning. We are hoping to get a good campsite and make a big fire. I love J-Tree in winter. It's not as crowded as the rest of the year.
Thanks for dropping by Dean,
Your another best photo. Thanks for sharing such beautiful photos.
Thank you Afzal.
I am still trying to catch my breath after I saw your new Profile Image, Gasherbrum IV.
I am still breathless,
Thank you very much Marc.
Marc! When will you finally come to the Alps!?
Lone Pine Peak produces some of the best sunrise photos. It has these steep jagged ridges that make dark shadows on the background ridges. You just can't go wrong. I am still waiting for the perfect shot of this peak, and I know what I need for that. I wish I was living in Lone Pine so I could predict the light and what I need to do for my perfect photo.
I would love to travel to Europe and see a little more of The Alps. Unfortunately, I am still working full time and can't go far from the home base.
Thank you for checking out so many of my photos Eric.