What a difference a few minutes and a few stops make!

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Went out for a sunday morning drive with my wife to look at the sunrises.

Interesting how a change in lens, camera settings, and a few minutes of light can drastically alter the mood of an image.

Taken with the 17-55 on a tripod:

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A few minutes later with a 70-200 vr and a CP ( forgot I had it on ) and stopped down some more in Aperture Priority - then I got a completely different kind of image. I kind of like this one best though:

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Thanks for looking!
 
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I like the first one better. It's a softer light and more unique in my opinion, but then again I'm a sucker for purple. :)
Thanks Vern. Generally I like the softer light pastels but I still gravitate towards the darker second. It smacks more of "good morning world" for me.

I like both but give the nod to #1. I like the soft pastels of color and the forground stick adds a little something.
Thanks Matt I shot that same stick and view many times previously. Fall sunrises are particularly beautiful from that angle.
 
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I have found there is nothing more fun than playing with sunrise and sunset pics in camera:>)))))
Results is truly dramatic.
Have fun and keep playing
 
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Beautiful and amazing colors. I have the same experience when the sun goes down over the sea the light changes within very few minutes.
 

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