Thursday, December 10, 2009

Skywatch Friday ~ The Sun Comes Up!

This is a continuation from last weeks series that I posted for Skywatch Friday. If you'd like to see my submission from last week go here!

I love the geese in this one!

***(Click on the pictures to see a closeup!)

Here comes the sun!

I was playing with the exposure and as you can see, I had to underexpose to get the outline of the sun, otherwise it was just a big bright blob like the picture below.








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20 comments:

  1. Beautiful series of sky pictures

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  2. Its beautiful, thanks for sharing:)

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  3. These are so beautiful! I love the mist too.

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  4. Dear, THE FIRST PICTURE is absolutely
    a DREAM!!!!!!
    COMPLIMENTS!!!!!
    ciao elvira

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  5. great shots. good you played with the exposure

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  6. Oh wow! Those are just breath taking! Beautiful!!!

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  7. Whoo hoo! Thanks for voting! You're the best!

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  8. Debra, simply beautiful SkyWatch photos.

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  9. Great series. It's good to experiment you never know what you'll learn.

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  10. Beautiful series, I like the seventh one more. Thank you for your comments. Have a nice SWF

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  11. Beautiful photos. I like the "colour schene" - it works wonderfully with the darness of the trees.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  12. You do have some fab pictures for skywatch.

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  13. They are all just stunning pictures!

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  14. Gorgeous sunrise -I love that time of day too.

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  15. Beautiful. I love the layers in the sky.

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  16. Beautiful series Debra - the layers, texture, and light are excellent. Nicely done!

    Cheers,

    Dave

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  17. Great follow through on your sunrise. Nice group.

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  18. Wow! Fantastic scenes. I love the mist hovering in the valley. They're all spectacular. Glad you captured them!

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