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Tuesday, August 09, 2005


Nikon D70 @ 29mm, 1/125 sec, f/4.5, ISO 200
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I almost forgot about this shot. Perhaps it's because I wasn't fully compos mentis when it was taken. When you know you've got absolutely nothing to do the next day, going to sleep doesn't always seem important.

So I was sitting at my computer at 5.30am and something didn't feel quite right. I looked out of the window and thought "The sky's on fire!!" This was by far the most spectacular and intense sun rise I've ever seen. It was absolutely phenomenal... honestly. And this shot probably looks fake because of it. I just wish that I had been outside in a great location to capture the beauty of the sky properly. Instead, the view from my bedroom window will have to do.


Blogger Mahes said...

A rare phenomenon
Only nature can do this
"Cool burning"

Really a fantastic photo.

3:31 am, August 10, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks mahes. I couldn't believe what I was seeing - it was absolutely incredible.

12:51 am, August 11, 2005  
Blogger Owen B. said...

Wow... that really is crazy! I keep reminding myself this is really what it looked like and wishing I'd seen it. Have you ever seen the Northern Lights? I lived in Aberdeen for 7 years and saw a hint of them once, got a shot on my rubbish old APS and it was one of the best shots I ever got on it.

1:10 pm, August 11, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Owen. Nah, never seen the Northen lights, but it's definitely something I'll have to get a shot of eventually. Cheers for the comments

9:43 pm, August 14, 2005  
Blogger welshwitch36 said...

Cool photo!!

3:49 pm, September 23, 2005  
Blogger Aravis said...

It's as though molten gold was poured across the sky. Lovely!

8:52 pm, September 27, 2005  
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