Friday, March 24, 2006

Sunrise: Maritime Travels 11 Out of 12

About 6:00 on our last island morning. The lighthouse is still there, the tuna boats are heading out, and the sun begins to bubble over the horizon.
I have a confession to make. I used these same sunrise pictures, in reverse, for my New Year's Eve entry. It wasn't until I started to work on this series and to sort all the pictures, arranged as haphazardly as possible in computer files, that I realized that these were of the sunrise over Northport Harbor, rather than a sunset elsewhere. Oh well. So you can look at them twice, one group backward and one forward. Personally, I think it was such a magnificent morning that there's nothing much to complain about.


Lisa C. said...

Either way -- gorgeous photos!

Paul said...

You made me look at theses sunrises twice?!? Jayz, Robin, have you no consideration??? ;)

CaliGirl said...

thank you so much for stopping by my blog so i can come here and see the island through your eyes.

i have lived here for almost 4 years now and im still in awe when i get out of my little rut and just drive off the beaten path or walk.

i havent been to the east end of the island yet. farthest that way from summerside i've gone is ch'town. so thats our plan this summer.

in addition to your island pictures i love your writing and will be back regularly. :)

have a great weekend

Globetrotter said...

No compalining here at all.

I absolutely love those lighthouse pics with the pink-tinged sky. It's amazing that the first morning light creates the most amazing shades of peach that can simply not be found in any Crayola crayon box.

Vicky said...

Stunning, as usual, Robin. I just love your photographs.


emmapeelDallas said...

Twice is not nearly enough to look at these glorious pics...thank you.


Carol said...

Magnificent photos. No surprise though as all the photos you've ever posted fit that description.