Friday, December 21, 2012

Morning Reflections II

1/10 sec. f/11 ISO 400


1/80 sec. f/16 ISO 250



35 comments:

Jane said...

Great captures!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

awesome shots. so much going on ... nice. reflection. glow of the sun. ( :

From The Heart said...

Both these shots are gorgeous..especially the last one. I could just keep looking!

W. Latane Barton said...

What a sunrise! All I can say is Wow!

Adrienne said...

Wow! Makes you want to get up and live a meaning filled day! Love this!

MTWaggin said...

Brian that is beautiful! Is that around where you live? I love the light coming through the buildings.

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful! what are the spires in the photo? church? college?

Liza said...

Beautiful photos. Happy sky watching.

Up in the sky

Leenie said...

Sunrise shots are made easier by the sun's late arrival and much more difficult by the lack of warmth. Getting the stillness and the silhouettes---priceless.

missing moments said...

These are awesome captures Brian. And the reflections perfect!

Ida said...

Oh wow this is so beautiful. We've been having some glorious sunsets here too. Love the silhouetted buildings in the background.

Debbie said...

gorgeous, i love coming here!!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Happy Sky watching. These two are magnificent.


Those shadows reflect wow as well!

Laura said...

oh my... how exquisite these images are!

Pamela Gordon said...

Wow, these are stunning shots Brian. I love the second with the sun peeking through. Enjoy the weekend.

Andrea said...

Another of your awesome shots ... still waiting for you to publish.

Now, my friend who is an expert at catching things in nature ... have you ever tried to catch Santa Clause? Can you take night shots? That would be quite a challenge...just sayin' :) Hope you have a Wonderful Holiday, Brian ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Dianne said...

Simply stunning captures Brian ...I love how the detail of those bare branches is reflected perfectly.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Awesome sunrise...especially the second one! I am wondering too what the spires are.

Faye said...

Now these shots were definitely worth getting out of the house. It's fascinating how the camera "uncovers" so many different colors and that they change so quickly. I like just that bit of architecture in these photos as well.

Have a very merry Christmas, Brian. Santa bringing any new photography toys this year?

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Incredibly sharp shots for a low light situation. Impressive.

'Tsuki said...

Both pictures are pretty, but I have a light preference for the second one, with this "morning star" appearing between the buildings of this cute village.

Pam :) said...

Heavenly colors and silhouettes, Brian.

Audrey said...

HOOOO magnifique !

Lindsjö taxar said...

Wow, amazing pictures....great light!

HansHB said...

Awesome photos!
Merry X-mas to you!

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Lovely shots Brian. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Nancy J said...

stunning shots, early mornmings are a great time, your photos might/will /definitely.. motivate me to drive to a higher place near us and wait for the sun. Christmas Greetings to you and all at your place, from Jean ( and Hugh)

Tricia Hays said...

Fantabulous! Gorgeous! Phenomenal! =)

James said...

Your photos are so good!!!!

bailey-road.com said...

Gorgeous.

Buckaroo Barbie said...

These are amazing!!! Merry Christmas!

Audrey said...

joyeux Noel a toi et a ceux que tu aimes !

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, wow. Simply stunning.

Marie said...

Incredibly beautiful! Wow, wow, wow!!!

Ander Garmendia said...

Hi Brian!! and nice to meet you, Great reflections and control light, very changing. Greets.