Autumn Morning City Sunrise Posted on 30/09/2015 by Cardinal Guzman With a little bit of “I don’t care”-attitude and a slight tilting of your head, this photo is perfectly leveled. Tilted? I have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about… Another entry for Lucile’s photo rehab. Rate this:Share this:ShareEmailFacebookTumblrPinterestPrintTwitterRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
Terrific city sunrise….
I love how spooky this looks! It’s a perfect October shot…in September 😉
Thanks you Melissa. I have some perfect October shots that I’ll post later today (it’s the morning here now, so I’ll probably post them in about 10 hours or so).
Ooh…excellent! I look forward to seeing them!
Lovely shot, Cardinal.
There’s something about the colour scheme of this photo that I love … almost as much as the bottles.
You have to know the rules before you can break them, so I guess the tilting is … okay 😀
Perhaps I’ll try to re-shoot the bottles this autumn/winter, see if I can work further on the idea/theme.
There’s a special light in the Winter … late afternoons in particular. I thought about that last night, as I was looking at some duck I’d shot.
Yes, I like the autumn/winter light (when it’s there).
All right then. Head cocked to the side (the right one or all the building slide off), attitude adjusted, “like” button hit, enjoyment complete. Check!
That’s the right attitude Janet!
You lie beautifully 🙂
I wouldn’t mind starting my day like that…
I don’t usually like tilting, but this works. Nice colors and fabulous sky.
Imperfection is much more interesting. Great shot.
Tilted or straight, this is a great photo. I love the colours in the sky and the feeling of a city just starting to wake up.
Thanks Joanne. I didn’t use a tripod and rested my camera on a crooked ledge. I also like the feeling of a city just starting to wake up. It has this special atmosphere. When I was in India one of my favorite things was to be up on a rooftop in the morning, watch the sunrise and observe people that were staring their day: in the big cities of India a lot of people brush their teeth, drink their coffee, wash their faces etc up on the rooftops.
There is something very romantic about a rooftop terrace. I’ve never had one nor been on one but your description adds to my perception of them.
All the houses in Delhi have one, because they keep on building and adding floors to the houses
Makes sense I guess. Land is expensive and there’s nowhere to go except up.
lol… actually, before I read your intro, I was thinking “wow, what a creative angle” 🙂 this is real early, is it on your way to work?
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A beautiful moody capture. Have a wonderful day.
Thanks. You too Karin!