It has occurred to me that over the past 4 years (give or take), I’ve been more inclined to wake up early to go out and get that morning light for a good photograph. It has been a great struggle internally since most days I don’t feel like I’m tired until at least midnight. The winter is great for that scenario (if you are in the Northern hemisphere – which I can, with absolute certainty, guarantee anyone reading this is in fact in the Northern Hemisphere) since the morning light occurs so late in the morning. However, as spring approaches and eventually and inevitably, summer, that gets much more difficult.
Get up while you can and see the light:
Conveniently, there is a small turn-off next to the facility (Mount Joy Wire Corp) to which I can simply open the sunroof, rest the camera on the roof, and fire away. Easy tip: turn off the car, the small amount of engine vibrations will wreak havoc on your image(s) [yes, even you eco-minded folks with the Prius’].
On a much more random note; have you ever wondered why your Twitter profile allows you 160 characters when you can only tweet 140 characters? …