Yet Another Sunup

Det eneste positive trekk ved vinteren er at solen bryter igjennom på et langt senere tidspunkt, og dermed blir det overkommelig å kunne ‘stå opp med solen’ og forevige slike stunder. Om sommeren derimot må man i et slikt tilfelle stå opp før kl. 04 om morgenen, og det er lite aktuelt i min alder.  🙂
The single positive thing with ‘winter’ is the fact that the sun rises at a much later hour than in the summer, thus it becomes possible to rise with the sun and to document such beautiful happenings.
During summer I’d have to wake up around 4.00 am in order to catch a scene like this one, and that doesn’t sit well with a man of my age!  🙂

(Compliments of SRB)
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14 Responses to Yet Another Sunup

  1. Wordsummit says:

    Hello from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. We are also far enough north to have very short winter days (8:51 sunrise today). Your pictures are beautiful!

    • Seenorway says:

      Hello, Raymond –
      And welcome to my blog! I’ve never been to Edmonton but – I’ve been to Vancouver, B.C. a number of timnes, however, it’s getting to be ‘way back in time’ these days. Snow has becom a very volatile
      happening over the last 10 years. Usually (back in time) we had 100-150 cm of snow during winter even in the lowlands where I live, but the last years has given us less than 50 cm and some years we’ve had no snow before Mid-January compared to the old days when it might come mid October!
      Something is happening, but the climate works in cycluses and this one is predicted to last something like 70 years. Which means things will be getting cooler again in approximately 25-30
      years from now. 🙂 Meanwhile there is something like 7000 ‘full screen’ pictures from Norway published on this blog of mine. Please enjoy!

  2. A beautiful capture what ever time of the day.. But I would not be such an early riser.. 6 am is early enough for me.. 4 am is still the middle of the night LOL..
    Have a relaxing weekend my friend.. Happy to see your like over on the Scotland post. xxx

  3. Gastradamus says:

    Such a beautiful site. Thanks for sharing buddy. Would love your thoughts on my new short called The Writers Block. Hope to see you there

    • Seenorway says:

      It’s a bit more to it than the color alone. Did you think the land was rising to the right in the back of the picture? It’s not! This is actually a cloud bank rolling in.
      The horizon in this picture is defined by the roof tops!

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Rise and shine – no matter what age is a good thing. Stunning photo.

  5. As long as we go on welcoming them, then everything is fine. 🙂

  6. Seenorway says:

    😉 Then you know exactly what I mean!

  7. HesterLeyNel says:

    It is now our turn for sunrise early in the morning. In winter I sleep till 8h00 o’clock. For the past week I have been waking up earlier every day (5h30 this morning) and I also have that age thing going. Great capture!

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