Rob Dickinson wrote:
Sometimes you know you are in the right place at the right time. That you are doing what you are meant to be doing. That it all comes together and your heart sings.
All the effort, time, work, cold and uncomfortable conditions mean nothing as those first rays of morning light warm you and the sky turns just so many shades of this and that you cannot but stare in wonder at the view in front of you.
Nugget point is one of those places that really connects with me. Luckily this morning it went through so many moods we could capture such a range of images. This is the third set from the morning, a 7-frame panoramic, just before the sun broke the horizon.
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Thanks for sharing, Rob!
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