Other than a slight increase in saturation and contrast this image is much the same as the original. It was taken at around 6.30am, which is a time that under normal circumstances I wouldn’t be awake to see, but our two year old didn't sleep well and got me up just after six.

There isn’t anything particularly special about this image but it does capture something of the beauty of an early morning sky. And while it wasn’t a sufficiently rewarding experience to warrant me setting my alarm for that time every day, I am glad that I managed to take this picture.

Ideally, there should have been some foreground interest in addition to the sky, but we live on the edge of town and all I could have included was the backs of various houses or the bushes at the bottom of our garden – neither of which would have added much to this photograph.


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Fujifilm FinePix 40i
6.33am on 3/8/03
f9.8
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200
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