WPC: Early Bird

Early Morning at Cornwall Park

Good morning from a warmer but cloudier Hastings day.

This week The Daily Post has asked us for our early morning photos.  A couple of years ago, as my marriage was hitting the rocks I would head out before the sun came up to grab some early bird shots.  I got the best photos in the middle of winter with frosty mornings.  The mist rising of the water at Cornwall Park gives some amazing affects.  There is a plus and a minus to getting up early in the winter – the plus being you don’t have to get up so early for a good sunrise but the trade off is that it is so cold.

Red Skies in the Morning

But I did manage to catch some amazing sunrises.  Which is such a peaceful way to start the day

This week (and especially if you’re among those who find the early bird concept cringe-worthy), I encourage you to set your alarm for the early hours, grab your first (several) cups of coffee, and challenge yourself to capture an outstanding photograph in the early morning light.  




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Thanks for visiting.

Copyright Raewyn Forbes

33 thoughts on “WPC: Early Bird”

  1. Oh wow, Raewyn, these images are absolutely gorgeous. Perfection that paints such Beauty! The times I am up at sunrise I can count on my one hand, so these are just precious to me. Thank you! Love, Amy ❤


      1. OH, Raewyn, that would be absolutley wonderful. I look forward to seeing those pictures. I can tell you are usiing a tripod. Your images are really outstanding!!! ❤


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