From Dawn to Dusk

Now we’re past the solstice, the nights draw in, the mornings break later, while yet it’s warm (ok, it’s hot!). Encouragement enough for me to go wandering with the camera.

Wednesday 5th August. Sunset around 8:30 pm. Breydon Water

Breydon Water: 5th August 2020

Breydon Water: 5th August 2020

Breydon Water: 5th August 2020

Just three of the 400+ photos I came home with. A really difficult choice

Wednesday 12th August. Great Yarmouth beach, sunrise 5:45 am

Pastel tints on a mist-swathed sea: 12th August 2020

The orb of the sun barely visible through the banks of mist: 12th August 2020

The mist takes the sun’s rays and diffuses them: 12th August 2020

She blazes. Worth the wait! 12th August 2020

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34 Responses to From Dawn to Dusk

  1. castorpblog says:

    Beautiful some are like drawings

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  2. Deborah says:

    These are so lovely Crispina! Thank you! πŸ™‚

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  3. So many beautiful shots!

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  4. Oh wow. It’s so beautiful, Crispina β™₯️

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  5. Joy Pixley says:

    Beautiful! And I know what you mean, about how hard it is to choose when you’ve taken a ton of photos.

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  6. Brian Bixby says:

    The morning shots remind me of Turner paintings.

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  7. I was wondering how you were going to get both sunset and sunrise. At first I thought you were going to do the east coast then drive to the west!

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  8. These are one of the greatest pictures of the sky I’ve ever seen!

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