|August 16, 6:15 AM|
|September 15, 6:22 AM, facing west|
Occasionally the most loveliest color is seen on clouds toward the west, here on a misty morning.
|September 20, 6:51 AM|
|September 20, 6:54 AM|
...that it seemed as though I'd entered a magical kingdom.
|October 2, 6:53 AM|
A layer of mist concealed the rising sun, which reddened the clouds above it, and touched the higher clouds with gold.
|October 9, 7:19 AM|
In the fall, there are often mists that hang over mountains near and far.
|October 10, 6:51 AM|
Sometimes there's a sunrise so dramatic that it reminds me of the paintings of the 19th century American painter Frederic Church. This is similar to the sky in his Twilight in the Wilderness.
|October 15, 7:06 AM|
This morning had a quieter grandeur, the sky orange and blue, the blue clouds tinged with red. I shared all these photos except this last one on Facebook, soon after I took them, but thought it would be nice to gather all the images in one blog post to show to those of you who haven't seen them before. The time and date of each photograph are stored in their data, a marvel of digital photography, so I can see the sunrise coming later as the season progresses, before the little jolt of the time change. I feel very lucky to have this view to the east, a marvelous vision of each new day.