Here are more sunrise photos from the same series I posted last Friday.
In case it isn't obvious, these are unedited, straight from the camera.
Now is as good a time as any to provide some background on my photography skills or lack thereof, as the case may be, and it can be summed up succinctly as follows:
I am self-taught; have no idea how to use my camera, never have; and know nothing about photo editing whatsoever. The End.
I do not know anything about aperture, shutter speeds, lenses--nothing, other than they're terms I ought to be familiar with. I simply make sure the camera (which is a Canon Power Shot S51S--or S515, I can't read the fine print) is in Auto mode, point it and shoot.
A version of Photoshop came with a scanner I purchased when I was working on the book, however I've never installed it and don't even know where I'd find the time to actually edit photos even if it were installed, since I barely have time to download them from the camera and then upload them to the blog. Doing this with a dying laptop and/or antiquated desktop makes the time commitment even greater. Sprinkle on a huge handful of impatience, and there's no way I'm going to edit any photos.
Anyway, my point in all this is
And now, Chesapeake Bay Woman is going to stop talking about photography because all this nonsense has given
Or maybe she just stared at that way-too-orange photograph way too long.