Bright Start to the Day

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Comments (13)

Steven H. O. Jones on February 19, 2009

No time of day for photography is so satisfying as sunrise. Someone (Charles Schultz, I think) once said that sunsets are a dime a dozen, but sunrises, now that's something special. It's easier to find a landscape that's clear of people this early in the day. This is an end-of-February picture, and I never saw anyone else while taking it.

Giuliano Mangani on March 1, 2009


Greetings from Italy


► Jean-Pierre Dimier on March 1, 2009

wonderfull. voted

if you want it, you can look at my old chuch

Steven H. O. Jones on March 1, 2009

Thank you, Jean-Pierre, for your vote. (Forgive me for not attempting to send a reply in French. Much of the French that I learned in school was replaced when I learned Indonesian language.) Your photo of the church building is very charming. You made good use of a telephoto lens, and I appreciate how you combined the image of the moon with that of the church building. Indonesia Jones

Anfero on March 4, 2009

Es una fotografía muy completa, tanto por la luz como por el enfoque original.

Vittorio Zanoni on March 5, 2009

Great detail Voted! visit My February Contest ** Greetings from Italy Vittorio**

PhotoCaptureLB on March 16, 2009

Voted! Beautiful colors!- greetings from Italy/Florida :)

flor_de_loto on March 17, 2009

Great shot! Voted! Greetings from Austria! MY CONTEST

vanda lagarto on March 18, 2009

VOTED, beautiful

Argenna on March 30, 2009

Very interesting. Voted .

Greetings from Iasi, Romania , Argenna .

Alex-Booking Vuelos on May 14, 2014

Increíble, que bonito el juego de colores

Alfonso Calero on June 7, 2014

Una foto preciosa.

Copia de seguridad d… on June 17, 2014

Great shot!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 19, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Steven H. O. Jones
    • Taken on 2008/02/23 08:08:22
    • Exposure: 0.500s (1/2)
    • Focal Length: 130.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/38.000
    • Exposure Bias: -3.00 EV
    • No flash