Monday, November 28, 2005


This morning when I opened my eyes my bedroom was full of red light, which in itself was unusual because it is normally dark at this time of the year. The first thing that came to mind was that I had slept in and the second was where is my camera.

This was a fleeting moment and I only had a chance to take a few pictures. It was like the sky was on fire. Very beautiful! Posted by Picasa


Blogger Dianne said...

Totally awesome-sky on fire!!

Do you edit your photos at all in a photoshop program-like with the color, etc? I know you were interested in purchasing a program. I look at a local photographer's site (link on my blog-Durham Township) and she relies heavily on editing. Take a look.

9:50 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Good morning Dianne-I didn't touch this photo. It was amazing all by itself. I often look at Durham Township's photo and am always inspired by them. I know that she edits alot in photoshop. I haven't bought a program yet but plan to in the new year. I want to start shooting in RAW format and do my own editing. For now I am still just getting to know my camera and trying out new things. I have so much to learn!!!

10:34 AM  
Blogger Tami said...

Wow. I have only seen the sky that red a couple of times, and no, I did not have my camera with me at the time. AMAZING!


5:19 PM  
Anonymous abe/happy said...

Sandy an amazing shot!

and you made me laugh when you said
" second thought was where is my camera."

I hate missing a great shot that I can share with fellow bloggers!

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Judith said...

Hello, Sandy--'Sunrise' is a beautiful photo! What a morning to wake up to. Lovely, lovely!! Incredible sky. What is RAW format?

6:35 PM  
Blogger Sylvana said...

Beautiful! On our way home from Thanksgiving we saw a sunset like this. I took some pictures, but I'm not sure how they turned out yet.

7:25 PM  
Blogger Kelli said...

Great shot, it sure wasn't like that here on the mainland! How was the rest of the day!

9:18 PM  
Blogger Wendy A said...

Wow! We used to get those lovely orange/red glowing skies from the McGimpsey Rd house first thing in the mornings. I never thought of photgraphing them. I love the tree silloettes. Beautiful!

1:12 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

That looks wonderful!

2:30 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Hi Judith, I hope you had a nice Thanksgivings. Shooting in Raw format is like have a digital negative. Photoshop or some similiar would be like your digital darkroom. If you google Raw format there are tonnes of articles that can explain it much better the me!!

Good Morning Kelli, The rest of the day was cold and windy. I went for a run and never even got warm. Brrrrr.

7:50 AM  

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