I have some redemption to do. Yesterday’s post did not fair well. I knew that was a chance that I was taking. Not to mention, I endured some not nice people earlier in the day and so I kind of went off in a tangent. I try so hard not to do that, but I failed. My apologies to all my awesome followers and hopefully I will be able to redeem myself.
This is a similar picture to one that I’ve posted before, but I used a different editing system…kind of. Normally, I use Light Room and do not do much to the pictures. Lately, I’ve been playing around with opening my raw images in Photoshop and playing around with them. I’m liking the results a bit better. Even if I don’t end up doing a lot to them just the same. Both have their pros and cons, but I’m not here to rate and review. I’ll leave that to the professionals.
There’s nothing overly special about this picture. Just a sunrise…I know it doesn’t look like it, but it was. An early, cold morning on the sandy beaches of Assateague. So, much sand and a dog that insisted on burying her face in it. ***Insert exasperated sigh***
All that sand, though….that became the dealership’s problem. I traded that car in two and a half months later for a prettier, fancier one. Thank goodness, because the ghost riding shot gun….well, he kept setting off the “Fasten seat belt” chime and it was really starting to get on my nerves.
Where was I going with all that? I forget. Oh, yes…the picture.
Sunrises and sunsets… a cliché picture choice. Most will deny that they like them, but not me. It means that we got another day. Each day..I’m appreciating those more and more.
I thought my song of choice had the word sunrise in the title, but it doesn’t. It works for this, though. David Dunn’s “Today is Beautiful”
I won’t quote lyrics today, but it today is beautiful. I hope you think this picture is too.
Have a beautiful day and tomorrow.
Montana Rose Photography