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POP ART SURPRISE

I nearly didn’t bother taking any photos this morning, thinking it was another clear morning one, and not long after the last sunrise position of two days ago.
The misty line of cloud and PinkyOrangePurple colours persuaded me to start, and then I saw it was lighting up that builiding as it rose; giving it another unique view.

Winter Solstice Muse Photos and Philosophy

The future is
back again…
to a time before
deforestation began!

The muse delivered the above after a pulsating sunrise this morning, and a misty day yesterday, three weeks into mistYmuse 2019/20 (#mYm2019), with the Winter Solstice only four days away. As with snow often not falling on Christmas Day, but other days either side of it, a sunrise like this cannot be guaranteed on the 22nd!:

Winter Sunrise Photos

After putting my camera off and away again, thinking the photos posted yesterday were the last sunrise opportunities I’d see, as I neared the city, I turned a corner and met this lovely scene with the sunrise framed by a bridge, with trees and grey sky above providing a fascinating contrast.

A Cropped Close-Up

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My recent books, featuring my own previous nature photographing:

Leeds Sunrise Lives Up to mistYmuse Hype

Scheduled to arrive in Leeds by 9am I thought I may see some ‘sunrise’, with the sun now visible from the city after 8am, and the sky lightening and colouring beforehand: this gives mistYmuse its Most Ideal Sunrise Times first-half-of-word acronym (#mYm2019).

As I approached the city on the canal towpath I was thrilled to see there was POP (PinkyOrangePurple) on the horizon; like the common ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ idiom. Here’s a couple of photos, with a third of it cropped for a close-up.

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