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Changing sunrise

Sunday morning sunrise. I didn't really notice at the time but looking back over the images it's surprising how much it changed in only a few minutes. All sooc just cropped for more variety.









And of course the inevitable lonely bird shot to finish.
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Re: Changing sunrise

Beautiful colours Phil, great set of shots
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Re: Changing sunrise

Nice series.
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Re: Changing sunrise

The first one for me, love the red tone.
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Re: Changing sunrise

Thanks guys.
These were with a range of lenses.
First two were the 12-50 3 & 4 were with the Leica 14-150 and the last was with the 75-300-II.
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Re: Changing sunrise

I like the first one best of all.
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Re: Changing sunrise

Love the first and the last with the lonely bird, Phil. ... maybe it was Jonathon Livingston Seagull?

Btw, in case you're wondering, Sandra is in Melbourne, 200 miles away from where I live.
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Re: Changing sunrise

Thanks Sandra and Mark. Had to Google Jonathan Seagull! it sounds a bit deep for me.
200 miles apart, that's a big falling out you guys had
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Re: Changing sunrise

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Thanks Sandra and Mark. Had to Google Jonathan Seagull! it sounds a bit deep for me.
200 miles apart, that's a big falling out you guys had
Jonathon Seagull was a loner. Neil Diamond wrote a beautiful score for the film of the same name.
Sandra btw is a loner too, which answers your rhetorical question. Abstinence makes the heart grow fonder so they say (or something like that!)
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Re: Changing sunrise

Mark 200 miles is quite a short distance I guess in Australian terms.
I'm trying to convince my wife we need a holiday in Oz next year but no joy so far. I'm not giving up easily though.
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Re: Changing sunrise

I'm surprised she needs convincing Brian - most wives I imagine would jump at the chance.
Of course you could always apply the blow torch and suggest you go alone, hinting of the possibility of meeting a nice Aussie companion somewheres along the way
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Re: Changing sunrise

Lovely shots Phill, worth getting up for!
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Re: Changing sunrise

Thanks Tim. Yes it's getting to be quite an effort getting up for sunrise shots now
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Re: Changing sunrise

The first and the last. maybe the last with some P.S. would win the day.
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Re: Changing sunrise

Thanks Conor. What PSing had you in mind for that last shot?
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