For my first fresh post of the new year, I like to do a contrast to my final post of the year by featuring sunrise shots. I started doing this last year, and it makes sense to carry on with it. In this first case, back in mid-September, I was awake early enough to catch the dawn, a few minutes before seven. On the Bronson Avenue Bridge crossing the Canal, I first photographed to the west, over Dow's Lake. Then I crossed over to the east side where the waters have narrowed back into the Canal, catching the rising sun at the horizon.
A few days later, with one of those occasional bad nights, I decided to take a walk instead of tossing and turning. Crossing the same bridge over to the Glebe, I caught the first hints of light to the east.
This was the view a short time later, by the time I reached the north side of the Glebe at this park.
This is from Gloucester, out in the east end from late September, taken on another one of those bad nights.
This, by contrast, was in November, again on the Bronson Avenue Bridge looking east over the Canal.
These were also in November, taken first at Brewer Park and then up at the Bronson Avenue Bridge, a few minutes apart.