For many of us the day begins without notice. For some the new day arrives before their alarm clock sounds while others are already at work, busy with the day's activity. For me the latter is the case for five days each week so when the weekend arrives being up and out before the dawn becomes a high priority. While some will argue the case for evening being the most beautiful time of day it is difficult to make the case for evening when comparing it to the incredible beauty of a dew-soaked mid-spring morning.
The above panoramic image was created by merging 14 vertical photos capturing approximately 180 degrees of view. The individual photos were shot with a Canon 6D, 24mm-105mm lens set at 24mm, F7.1, 1/320, ISO 160
That is a spectacular scene. Mornings are a wonderful time of day.One of the things I like about my job is that I have to get up early,but I then get to see the sunrise or later at least be out at the start of the day.
Fantastic stitchery job! It's gorgeous!!
Beautiful panorama photo! I agree you can't beat a lovely summer sunrise--although they're mostly too early here for me to be able to manage.
What a gorgeous morning panoramic scene! Wonderful editing job.
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