Saturday, August 20, 2016

Sol's March South

One of the ways of marking the passage of time is in observing where the sun rises and sets each day. At the end of winter you can watch the slow travel of the sunrise from the south to the north. At the end of spring it begins to work it's way back to the south again. Of course the sun really isn't moving it is just the tilt of the earth as it travels through the seasons. This past week the sun is now rising where I can see it again coming up over the Mendocino Range. I watched it rising this morning and ran back inside to grab my camera. Enjoy the day and God bless, chris Image created with a handheld Canon 7D mkII and a Tamron 150-600mm lens. AV mode, ISO 800, F 6.3 at 1/8,000th of a sec.#TeamCanon

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