I went down to Colpoy’s Bay for the sunrise on Sunday morning. I noticed an interesting cloud formation on the way. As it turned out the sunrise was almost nonexistent with very little colour due to the thick cloud. But I think that the clouds are interesting.
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is Liquid.
Storm clouds and light beams over Loch Arkaig in the autumn. The storm clouds are about to add more water to the Loch.
I was down at the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline for the sunrise a couple of times in week 19. As the sun rises around 6 a.m. at this time of year I was down there before 5:30.
The first morning was mostly cloudy with a wind so the water was quite choppy.
The second morning had a mainly clear sky. Less windy so calmer water.
A couple more photos I was considering for week 18 of my 52 week photo project.
Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise.
And a three bird version of my pick for week 18. I actually prefer the arrangement of the birds in this version but prefer the colour and ripples in the other photo.
The Daily Post one-word prompt is Frigid.
A frozen marsh at Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. It was around -40°C at sunset.
Ice makes some strange sounds at times.
The Weekly Photo Challenge is Masterpiece.
A natural masterpiece, storm clouds and light beams, Loch Arkaig, Scotland.
With a touch of orange. The sky reflected in the ice on Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise.