5 AM day two

After being out at 5 AM yesterday photographing and seeing that lovely morning light in my photos, I wanted to do it again–but this time, walking a little bit to photograph other things. So I set the alarm for 04.35. Five minutes before the alarm went off, I woke up all by myself. My head was not with me, still sleeping. When I peeked through the curtains and didn’t see any sun, I instantly thought it was cloudy and I didn’t want to photograph if there wasn’t any beautiful light outside.  So I rolled over and fell back to sleep.

Almost half an hour later I woke up again, now seeing sunrays through the curtains. I jumped out of bed, peeked out of the window and saw a beautiful morning on its way. Quickly I got dressed, fetched my camera and headwd out. This time I left my parents property and walked towards the sun. Because it’s monday, the traffic was heavier than yesterday. Not everyone has vacation. Some still have to work. There was many that stared at me this morning–almost everyone who passed me in a car,  I guess they’ve never seen someone out this early to photograph before. Heh!

I spend about an hour photographing and then I feel it’s time to get home. I’m still not fully awake and I could need some more sleep. Back home I undress and crawl under the duvet, thinking it had been a lovely morning and well worth the early rise.

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13 thoughts on “5 AM day two

  1. Your sight is inspiring. I just have a simple point and shoot camera, nothing fancy, and I take pictures every day. Your pictures are helping to give me a new view of how to “see” through the lens, Thank you for that.

  2. These are GORGEOUS!!! I love how you captured the lighting! You should do a post on how you did that! I would love to learn from you! These are beautiful!

    • Thank you for your kind comment! :) I’m not so good at how-to posts, so I’m afraid that won’t happen. To arrange two photos next to each other, I use a programme called Photoscape. You can edit photos make collages.

  3. Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing. I wish I saw your polkadot skirt before I published my blog on polkadot dresses. I would have asked you nicely to use your photo, too. Anyway, the ones with the grass / wheat field are gorgeous!

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