Sunrise project







I took a series of 50 photographs over a period of 43 minutes to capture the sunrise. Word of advice, always carry a soft tissue paper if you want to capture sunrise in the cold as the lens gets foggy after every 5 seconds.

You can see the fog on the ground in the first few seconds, then as the sun rises behind the mountains the fog on the ground slowly disappears. The sun shows its face briefly and then sneaks behind the trail of clouds over the hill. Finally you can see how the sun comes out from behind the clouds. (Click here to see the frames individually)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Zabardast! Worth waking up at 5:00 AM to see this sight!

Dinky Mind said...

Wait a second...I think I have been to this blog. Really nice. One can travel around the world by just visiting your blog.
Keep up the nice work

Ejaz Asi said...

One thing: You're only getting better each passing day Mashallah. I am sure future flash presentations would have more refinement and even more inspiring images. Keep providing feast for eyes :)

shhh... said...

im loving it.... because of good lighting it gives me a chance to feel the natural beauty of this photograph i must say u r a asthetically sound photographer.