Keyword: sunrise
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Crane

This Sand Hill Crane was in the pond behind my house one morning before the sun rose.

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Color on Rose

This photograph was taken in the early morning before the sunrise.  The cool morning colors and the striking color of the fall aspen trees make a great contrast.  This was taken right off of Mt. Rose Highway at the road for the Mt. Rose Slide Side ski area.  There is a huge grove of aspen along the highway in this area and most years it is a fantastic show for autumn.

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Morning Light on Mt. Whitney

This photography was actually taken by the first light to fall on Mt. Whitney in 2010 – taken January 1st 2010 at about 8am.  The foreground is Alabama Hills (just outside the town of Lone Pine) used as a site for many old westerns and some new ones – have you seen Iron Man?  Mt. Whitney (the tallest peak in the contiguous United States) is actually the peak to the right in the clouds.  Lone Pine Peak (the peak on the left) appears taller, even though it is shorter by over 1,000’, because it is closer.

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First Light on Donner

Donner Lake CA taken from Rainbow Bridge on Highway Old 40.

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Morning Light on Mt. Whitney

This photography was actually taken by the first light to fall on Mt. Whitney in 2010 – taken January 1st 2010 at about 8am.  The foreground is Alabama Hills (just outside the town of Lone Pine) used as a site for many old westerns and some new ones – have you seen Iron Man?  Mt. Whitney (the tallest peak in the contiguous United States) is actually the peak to the right in the clouds.  Lone Pine Peak (the peak on the left) appears taller, even though it is shorter by over 1,000’, because it is closer.