Dawn from an East-Facing Balcony in Sydney
I know I said I was working backwards, but when the first major dawn spectacular of autumn struck, after a week of washouts, I had to record what I saw and felt immediately. Frankly, I was ready to give up dawnwatching until summer came around again. You’ll note in my shots where the sun appears, it’s hidden behind that oak tree, disappearing north fast. I won’t be making videos of the dawn where you can’t see the sun rise. But on this day, this dawn restored my faith.
China Dawn: Tuesday, 6 March 2012
As the sun made an appearance, the clouds thickened into larger cumulous puffs and turned butter yellow. The contrast of the butter yellow against the China blue sky - glorious!
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Souvenir posters of this dawn are available from the Gagothicfunk store at Zazzle.com as displayed below:
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