on my way to Mexico, snapped this through the glass, as you can see
because i leave for work at about 6:30, i catch all kinds of cool sunrises. there’s a pond that i used to pass every morning until i found a faster way to work, but not a prettier way. in spring and summer, the pond is coated with pollen and looks like something between a swamp and a puddle of mountain dew soda. however, in winter, when frozen, and when the sun is peeking through the trees, it looks much better.
the previous day’s sun soaks into the crops. overnight and the next morning, that heat is released and clashes with the cool morning air, creating condensation, also known as a low-lying cloud, also known as fog.
sunset – mullica hill, nj this reminded me of the beginning of “the lion king.” because i live near several farms, i see a lot of interesting sunrises and sunsets. i’d like to stress that i do not use photoshop or anything to mess with color. i like things to look as naturallly as they actually were.
This one is Grasso’s Farm, Wolfert Station Road, Mullica Hill. I usually try to avoid “unnatural” things like high tension wires, but they actually went well with the idea of the sky looking kind of “electric.” Published by Piker Press a few years ago.