Good Morning Ted and Jody:
Sunrise this morning did not look too promising so I dawdled and did not get out until after the sun came up. However, the morning light proved varied and surprisingly provided some nice shots. The first shot was taken to the west with the moon over Silver Lake and color from the low eastern sun on some of the clouds. The second shot is taken toward the east from the same position. I caught reflections inthe water of color that was out of the picture at the east. The third shot was taken about 5 miles west of the first two. This is one of those rare times I shot only once. The next two shots were about 1.5 miles east of Castle Rock. The red barn is to the northwest and the shot of the three trees to the southwest at the same location. A rainbow appeared in the west and the only vantage point I could get without wires was on a hill overlooking a roof. The seventh and eight shots were taken back at the boat ramp about a mile from home as was the last shot into the sun.
So, I interrupt your busy day to bring you varying light conditions in our neck of the woods.
Warmest regards, Ed