PMC Member Gallery: SUNRISE

I'll tell you how the sun rose, —
“A ribbon at a time.
The steeples swam in amethyst,
The news like squirrels ran.”

-Emily Dickinson

Sunrises reminds us that there is an opportunity to do better again. Each morning we greet is a fresh new start that begins with a bright-colored horizon, birds humming, dew slowly caressing leaves and a great sense of calmness.

I am  engulfed with so much appreciation  by the number of photos shared by our members who are one with us in savoring the beauty of landscapes.

 

 

Above: Nambucca Sunrise – By Terry Robinson

 

Above: Rutland Sunrise – By Colin Mill

I wasn’t actually expecting to be up in time for sunrise on Tuesday morning but I was and the light of the rising sun reflecting off the rescued church on Rutland Water was a great reward for such an early start.
The sunrise itself wasn’t much to speak of, you can probably see the layer of low cloud at the horizon which obscured the early sun but as the sun rose above the cloud and the hill behind me it bathed the already warm sandstone in this glorious golden light. It’s a shame about the blue-green algae in the water as it spoils the reflection a little.

 

Above: Terrigal – By Steve McKenzie

Terrigal Skillion back in June. After a run of stunning skies in April, May and June, seems like we’ve had bluebird skies on the east coast for ever …

 

Above: Road To Fanad – By Brendan McAleer

 

Above: World's End – By Daan Dehn

 

Above:Mooloolaba Storm – By Bill Ewen

 

Above By : Kenneth Cabeen

Three miles east of Amboy, California, on Route 66

 

Above By Hans Brakob

This photo was taken in the high desert near Deming, New Mexico.

I might normally have slept right through this, but it was a cold morning and I wanted to get out and about to warm up.

 

 

Above  By Vincent Spratling

This was taken looking over Morecambe Bay, Lancashire, England. I live live in Lancaster which is only a few miles away.

 

 

Above By Greg Maclin

Sunrise from the Fred W. Symmes Chapel (“Pretty Place”) – YMCA Camp, Greenville, SC

 

 

Above: Moeraki Morning- By Russ McLean

The Moeraki Boulders are one of the iconic sites in the South Island of New Zealand.
This is my take on them.

 

Above By Denis Sturman

Meanwhile back in the UK, another beautiful morning at Saltwick Bay.

 

Above: Dee Why Morning Glow – By Neville ThorogoodHi everybody

This image was taken at Dee Why yesterday morning.
Shot on an Olympus OMD EM2 at 12mm F8 1/30
the image has only had the required std basic global adjustments in Lightroom

 

Above: Serenity – By Gan Barber

Taken on Sandwhich Beach, Massachusetts, USA with a Pentax K-5

 

 

Above:  Schwabacher Sunrise – By Steve Peters

This was the sunrise view from Schwabacher Landing on the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Just a few minutes before this shot, three mother ducks and about 25 little ducklings swam out onto the river from the bank, completely wrecking the mirror-like stillness of the water with a thousand chaotic ripples! WTD! But fortunately they swam off to the left of the frame and eventually the water returned to its glassy calm. Whew! I worked my setup spot to make sure to get that clump of white wildflowers in the frame at bottom right. –Steve

 

Above By Janis Borgueta

I shot this photo in the beautiful Lavender fields of Provence, France this July on a photo tour. I can still smell the scent of the flowers and hear the bees waking up to greet the day. Such a beautiful place to visit.

 

Above By Mary Coles

Taken with Canon 80D at Anna Bay, NSW Australia

 

Above By Susan Moss

This is a misty morning sunrise in an old Dong Village Zhaozing,China, gorgeous old wooden buildings and pagodas

 

Above By Franciscode Castro

A small wave at the beach at sunrise, with some ICM… I find it relaxing for some reason.
Cheers!

 

Above By Dominic Lester

A cold morning from December, but I love the flare…
Looking at it now, the boring foreground needs darkening.
Best, Dominic.

 

 

Above: Desert Dawn – By Rob Cox

Desert Dawn: Gabyon Station, The Murchison WA

 

 

Above By Dave Dowson

 

 

Above By Sandrie de Wet

Sunrise taken in Tanzania in the Serengeti National Park in May 2019.

 

 

Above: Sunrise At Swallowdale – By Daniel Volman

Location is one of the many lakes near Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada. I have several frames from different perspectives of the dock and “Muskoka Chairs” as we call them projecting out but wonder what you think of including people. Photo shot with my Pentax K1, 1/6 sec @ f8, 63 mm, ISO 200

 

 

Above: Morning Light – By Belinda Davis

I don’t do a lot of sunrise photos, but this is one I took with my iPhone. I remember seeing the sun rays beaming up to the clouds, it was such a majestic sight to see.

 

 

Above: Seahouses –  By Mike Stephen

This sunrise was taken on a recent holiday trip to Seahouses, a wee coastal town in Northumberland

Sony a6300 + Sony Zeiss 16-70
Nisi 6 stop ND, Nisi 0.9 Reverse GND

 

 

Above: Val Thorens – By Pierre Fonsny

Val Thorens is located at 2300 m in Savoie France. It is 6:30 am .The photo shows the retreat of the night, just before the sun starts illuminating the mountain in the background.
Sony 6000 ISO 640 , EPZ 16-50 @ 50 mm , f 5.6 , 1/200 s
Photo adjusted with Lr then finalised with Ps.

 

 

Above By  Joanne Damian

I was at Pisgah Forest last year and went out to capture a sunrise. We were all facing the opposite way of the picture I have attached, waiting for the sun to rise and light up the mountain, we turned around and saw this behind us. The sky was on fire with color. very little processing done to this image. Canon 5D Mark 3, 1/80 second, f5, 100mm

 

 

Above By Susan Dawson

This was the view form my last house at Beadnell in Northumberland – www.susanpics.com

 

 

Above By Elizabeth Prentice

Leaving for work on the East Coast of the beautiful SouthIsland of New Zealand
That’s my shed and horsetruck
Taken with an S8. Was going to fast to grab a cameta

 

 

Above By David Zlotky

I captured this image on Christmas Eve morning several years ago, after we had a light dusting of snow overnight. I used my Canon 1DS MK3 and took a series of shots with the intention of stripping them together to make the pano. format image that would have a high degree of resolution for large prints. This location is in the Flint Hills of Kansas, USA. I live within about 30 miles of this location.

 

 

Above By William Ebbing

Sunrise at the Bosque Del Appache

 

 

Above: Clearwater Lookout Tower – By Dotty Scott

Took this image at sunrise over Labor Day weekend in the mountains in Eastern Washington, USA It is Clearwater Lookout Tower – an old fire lookout that is no longer used.

 

 

Above: Golden Glow –  By Donald Kuhnle

The sunsets where I live are unobstructed and gorgeous. Florida is known for the fantastic sunrises and sunsets. This one is at Hudson Beach.

 

 

 

Above: Swans on Narrabeen Lagoon – By Franz Scheurer

Taken with Leica SL + Super Vario-Elmar 16-35mm at ISO 6,500 raw file processed in Capture One Pro 12 and finished in Photoshop using the Luminosity panel.

 

 

Above By Derek Kelsey

 

 

Above By Yong Won Kim

Sunrise at Sagye Beach on Jeju Island, Korea

 

 

Above:Sea Mist in Cardigan Bay – By Geoffrey Kingston

 

 

Above By Colin Grainger

Sunrise at Norris Heads, Cabarita Beach, Nortjern NSW, Australia

 

 

Above: Bathurst – By Andy Lumb

The morning of the great race a few years ago, the clouds opened up for one brief, glorious moment.

 

 

Above By Derek Bell-Jack

Drove north to glencoe for this winter sunrise a couple of years ago.stopped at rannoch moor with the fresh drop of snow from the previous evening,despite the cold,we were rewarded with this beautiful sunrise coming up for us to enjoy.

 

 

Above By Remo Bertani

Picture taken last winter around 8 o’clock a.m. in the Red Sea at Deadalus Lighthouse. The atmosphere was unreal but changed rapidly. Canon G7 X MkII with scuba diving casing.
Remo Bertani

 

 

Above: Mornmon Row – By Steve Swope

Sunrise on Mormon Row barn, Grand Teton National Park
Arrived at approximately 5:30 AM, already about 50 photographers waiting for the sun to rise, temperature near 20 degrees F. Waited almost two hours for this shot, 5 brackets, and one, 1 or 2 second exposure, can’t remember, for the sky. Using Nikon D850, Nikkor 24-70mm 2.8 VR, ISO 100, 1/60 for exposure and +2 +1 -1 -2 brackets. Second camera, again Nikon850 and 70-200mm 2.8, all same exposures for different composition. All at once the sky just lit up.

 

 

Above By Andy Elliott

Sunrise at Start Point (England). I had to get up early for this one, luckily not far from where I live. This is a blend of 2 exposures.

 

 

Above By Jan Risser

Boston Light at sunrise – from a small boat out of Boston Harbor late August, 2019. One exposure (rocking boat!)

 

 

Above By Barry Pack

Took this on the coast of Georgia USA at Jekyll Island. Worth getting up for.

Barry Pack on instagram @barrypack @brandkcphotography

 

 

Above: The Lone Tree – By Ian Thomas

Hi there, this image was taken at Llyn Padarn Llanberis in the Snowdon National Park North Wales uk.
Temperature was just 2 degrees celsius but luckily no wind.

Was using the Canon 5d sr and 24-70mm f/2.8 @24mm iso100 but can’t remember the shutter speed.
I keep making the 142 mile journey to photograph this tree at sunrise in the hope of getting a better/more dramatic shot but so far no luck. This image was taken on the 8th Feb at silly’oclock and I hadn’t even had a cup of coffee, something that really bothers me.

 

 

Above By Martin Jones

Taken on my morning walk in Mundaring, Western Australia. I didn’t have my cameras with me so I used my phone. The only adjustment was a tweak of the exposure to slightly darken the sky in Camera Raw.

 

 

Above By Carolle Marchand

Hi! This is my first post to the forum. Exciting!
This photo was taken in French River, Prince-Edward-Island, Canada. It was taken with my cell phone.
F stop 2.8, speed 1/120th. It was taken on November 1st 2018. The fields in the foreground yielded potatoes that year. Some were left over and anyone was welcome to take whatever they needed. I love PEI people. The are very friendly and always ready to help. In the background, we can barely see the ocean.

 

 

Above : Mono Lake, California – By Ken Doyle

 

 

Above By Rick Hylton

My Sunrise is a random selection from the many thousands of stored photos that I noticed I took several bracket images at the time thinking I would merge as HDR in Photoshop, taken in spring of 2017 on a beach trip to Lincoln City Oregon as a break for my wife’s radiation treatment. I imported 5 images in Lightroom and photo merged as HDR, made a few adjustments and reduced size for this upload…

 

 

Above By Gary Carr

I took this in Sorrento Italy and it felt like magic.

 

 

Above By Charles Cresson

Sunrise over the plains of the Masai Mara, with a lone umbrella tree waiting to greet the sun.

 

 

Above By Lisa Allgood

Iceland, October 2016. Amazing morning. Thanks for letting me play!
Lisa Allgood

 

 

Above By Nancy Bozza

This is an image of the Bascillica of Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. I took a photo workshop there one weekend and we were able to photograph the inside and outside of the Bascillica. We started outside at 6:30 AM and roamed around the facility until it was time to leave (around noon). Great architectural elements and I recommend a visit. This was a 3-shot bracket but I don’t remember the settings – sorry.

 

 

Above By Roman Schwartz

This photo was taken in Alaska during Iditarod 2019 Sled Dog Race

 

 

Above By  Stephen Mccain

 

 

Above By Steven Bryson

At the Atlantis resort in Nassau. HDR blend with my Canon 5D3. Steve Bryson, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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