Cold sunrise

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  1. sfaribault

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    It was a very cold morning......

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    Steve
     
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    awesome Steve, looks darn cold there! How cold? only about 29 F here this AM. 1 small suggestion, I would have moved the sun off the center a bit., but overall, I really like this shot.
     
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    Wow. I love the tones and textures in the photo. That's awesome.
     
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    What impresses me most in this photo is that we actually get to see how the sun lifts the morning mist and how it is probably going to be a bright day with only about some scattered clouds (I would assume). For a change, I like the amount of grey in a sunrise pic --- a bit different from the usual.
     
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    I think it was the way the clouds looked that I shot it like this. It was only 8 F that morning and I was shivering by the time I walked down there. I was not dressed right.

    I might be able to re-crop.

    Steve
     

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