Today is the last day of Daylight Saving Time in Sydney and I kicked my bum to start my day a bit earlier to photograph sunrise at a beach, because this is last chance for taking advantage of sunrise seen in ‘late’ time (now it’s at past 7am, but from tomorrow it should be at past 6 am).
So I went to Manly beach for it but unfortunately I could not see the moment where the sun popping up from the ocean as it was a little cloudy. In stead, however, the sun showed me its face between layers of clouds lied over horizon, which produced beautiful ray of lights followed by.
This is why I can not stop photography. There is always something to happen out there. In the very beginning at the beach, I certainly did not see sunrise as I had wished, but it ended up because I saw another form of beautiful morning sky like below.
Well, usually I do not submit my participation twice for one subject of the challenge, but I will exceptionally allow myself to break my rule and make them my second entry for this week Weekly Photo Challenge: Rise/Set (first entry is here).
I think these photos deserve it, and I hope you will enjoy them too..
These are the snapshots of my lucky morning to witness this nice ray of light a couple of days ago.
At that time, it was not overcast but clouds continued building its form to the direction where the sun rising, and I think I saw this state rather longer than I had thought of being able to. And it was like, as if the sun and clouds were competing against each other for to sit on a front position.
Well no, they did not compete against but they worked together to show us this beautiful ray of light, I believe. 🙂