Weekly Photo Challenge: Sun

April 21, 2012
A Different View of a Sunset

The docks at White Bear Lake at sunset.

Sometimes the best view of a sunset is where the sun is striking an object or objects. One recent evening I found the setting sun lighting up these docks on White Bear Lake. The silver and gray docks against the blue water created an eye-catching contrast. The wind was fierce and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to keep my small camera steady enough for the shot. Fortunately, I was able to snap a couple of photos that captured the silvery light reflecting off the docks.

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I was browsing through some photos in the archives last night and came upon this one. I thought it fit this challenge quite well.

April 26, 2012

It’s a full sun afternoon and I have time for fun. I went out with my camera because this is what all passionate photographers do. Here are more “sun” captures. Let me know if you have a favorite. You might need  your sunglasses for this first one.

Blinding Sun

Natural and Artificial Light

Sunlit Tree Trunk

Sun Shining Through

Sun Growth

Sign and Shadow

A Tree and I Keeping Company

Me-1 | Self Portrait

Me-2 | Self Portrait

Thanks for stopping by. I had a fabulously fun time playing in the sun with my camera.

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13 Comments

  1. Great shot! It has a serene feel to it =)

    1. Thanks! I’ve been here when it wasn’t so windy and it was quite serene.

  2. Really like the geometric feel of this shot. Nice. Here’s my take on Sun from the Serengeti: http://wp.me/p1TywS-ps
    ~Anne

  3. Jo Bryant says:

    I also like the geometric feel to this one

  4. Beautiful image of the White Bear Lake. So calm. A place I can wake up each day. Thanks for today’s inspiration.

    1. Happy to hear you were inspired by my image. Thanks for posting your comment.

  5. eof737 says:

    Balanced and serene… 🙂

    1. The moment I got out of the car and saw the view, I knew I had to shoot it. So glad I had my camera with me. Thanks for commenting.

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