Feb. 6th, 2012

rhythmaning: (sunset)
I took a great number of sunset and sunrise photographs around the turn of the year: a Christmas Eve walk produced a surprisingly colourful sunset, and two different sunrises just into the New Year were similarly beautiful. Then there was also the Hoover Building - a third January sunrise.

A friend asked why I was suddenly taking so many sunsets and sunrises; basically, it is because I can: they are more accessible at this time of year. For much of the year, to be honest, I can't be arsed with sunrise - you simply have to get up too early.

Also, though, there were some beautiful skies: the low winter sun passing through misty winter mornings produces some beautiful shades.

These photos have been on flickr for a while, and links were posted on Facebook, but I wanted to set them up here, too - these sets, curated, look a little different.

They'll follow in the next three posts...
rhythmaning: (sunset)
A walk on Christmas Eve gave rise to a glorious sunset.

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The City, Docklands and the south shore of the Thames by sunrise.

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The highest point near my house: sunrise from Alexandra Palace.

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