Today was the first day in a long time that the sunrise was interesting and the light was good. Although we tend to bemoan losing an hour to daylight savings time, it means slightly darker mornings. That buys me a little more time to get up and out the door to go shoot. Not that I did that this morning, but at least I’m beginning to hope I can start thinking about it again. It was an unusually lousy winter for photography. The light was bad, the weather was dull and I didn’t get outside even once to take any pre-dawn pictures. But this morning the sky lit up with patches of red and orange and there’s a clarity in the air that holds promise of good things to come!
PS. There’s an unexpected “surprise” in the picture above. I didn’t know it was there until I processed the photo, so it’s not in perfect focus. But it’s still kind of cool! Can you find it?