What Happened at 6 O’clock

This is my entry for Deb’s photograph scavenger hunt this weekend. The photograph could be taken at 6am or 6pm on Saturday. I am a morning person and this is the view that greeted me from my balcony.

The sun rises and sets very quickly in Brisbane. These pics were taken as I snapped away for about a minute.

I love this time of day.

Sunrise over Teneriffe

A few moments later

Sunrise over the rooftops

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Deb Cameron
    Sep 16, 2012 @ 09:34:19

    Worth getting up early for. Thanks for joining in.

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  2. Chris
    Sep 17, 2012 @ 11:34:07

    At last a morning person. I love these photos Jean and I agree early morning is just the best time of day. Unfortunately I usually miss the mornings ~ I must make more of an effort, nothing stopping me but laziness.

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  3. narf77
    Sep 17, 2012 @ 12:06:06

    I, too, am a sunriser. I don’t know how much earlier I am going to have to get up as pretty soon we get daylight savings (you are SO lucky not to have to have it!) and so getting up at 6am will become 5am…sigh…oh well! I love just being me and the sunrise and my cup of tea and my rss feed reader bloggers. Everything quiet and still apart from the odd Cuckoo Shrike coming to the kitchen window for a bit of cheese…Cheers for sharing your morning view Jean 🙂

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  4. Susan
    Sep 29, 2012 @ 09:47:42

    Hello Jean, I love the ‘hush’ just those few seconds before the sun gets up properly… you’ve conveyed it beautifully in your photos :D)

    Reply

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