A wonderful sunrise!
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I was at a creative retreat this weekend on Lake Michigan. I had a gorgeous sunrise one morning. I braved the 11 degree temp and stayed out for 40 minutes until my hands and feet were numb. This was shot with my new Canon 60D.
Oh wow, that is stunning and worth getting cold for!
Enjoying the Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot on the second Disney World portion of our Disney Dream and Walt Disney World vacation. The pre-trip report for our forthcoming Alaskan cruise on the Wonder and our return to Disneyland has now started.
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Thanks! It was hard to get a bad shot! My brother saw this photo on my phone and asked where on the lake this was taken as he has never seen the "hills" before. Um, those are clouds from the storm on the lake.