I left home by 4:30 to catch the sunrise at Algoma. But, as you can see, the sunrise was not to be seen. Well, not as I was expecting, anyway.
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Early morning fog kept the lampposts lit well beyond the time of sunrise along the Crescent Beach boardwalk at Algoma, WI. In fact, this image was captured about ten minutes after the sun had come up.
I posted a similar, monochrome version a week ago (seen on the right). The B&W version seems more like a night scene, even though these images were taken within a few minutes of each other.
I like both of these images. Each have their own appealing aspects. I might give a slight edge to the B&W version.
This was not the image I was going for. I left home very early, hoping to catch a sunrise over Lake Michigan last Sunday morning. The sun was scheduled to rise at 6:07 am. I showed up at the beach around 5:55 am. As you can see, the sun didn’t keep it’s end of the bargain.
It only looks like a nighttime shot. This photo was actually taken shortly after “sunrise.” It is a view of the boardwalk that runs along Crescent Beach in Algoma, WI.
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