A beautiful sunrise is worthy of being the considered “News.”
The dawning of each fresh, new morning is never identical. Indeed, the variation is great from day to day, and from season to season as the Earth tilts on its axis.
Pat and Rosemarie Keough are privileged to live along The Inside Passage where from their mountaintop home they enjoy both sunrise and sunset throughout the year.
Sunrise at the June Solstice is 5:07 am, an early hour which the Keoughs never begrudge as Nature’s light show is not to be missed. Six months later, mornings are leisurely with sun rising far to the southeast at 8:05 am. Pat and Rosemarie are alert to the quality of light, and daily are pleasured by their view enhanced as it is by the play of sun, cloud, rain, mist or snow.
For all who are inspired and uplifted by dawn’s first light, the Keoughs are pleased to share some of their sunrise imagery from a work-in-progress entitled VIEWS FROM THE BEDROOM. Aside from the islands, sea and mountain ranges, the dominant feature due east is Mount Baker in Washington State, a volcano 125 km distant.