I call any morning that starts off like this very good. Our typical marine layer of fog was kept at bay by the Santa Anna Desert Winds. Most of the time our wind comes off the ocean, but every now and then it gets switched and the desert air pushes the marine layer back and we feel the desert. The dry warm air. I love it, but it is a very real fire risk. We have had no rain for November things are getting super dry.
I plan to take Meika (my dog) on a walk later today, I will bring my camera and take you along with me… I usually post a few days behind so look for it next week sometime. Until then I hope you enjoy my dawn.
Ah the glow, as you can see its hazy but not really foggy..
Looking north east is my best view for sunrises. I have a small spot to shoot in between the trees.
The trees make great silhouettes.
The colors started off very subtle and the camera almost didn’t pick it up. Without a lot of noise that is..
Then the colors started getting brighter.. Can you guess what kinds of trees are in this silhouette above?? There are two kinds of trees shown. One comes from Australia and the other comes from the Peruvian Andes.
Above: Looking westward toward the Pacific Ocean. Below: This one shows more of the landscape which used to be natural. Now being filled with hundreds of homes..
The last one shows 4 different kinds of trees in it’s silhouette. Can you name these?
Thank you for taking time to check out my little view!