Photography ~ Dawn–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/28

Another shoot without a cloud in the sky

I shot these at 300mm. Next time I will shoot at 400mm. I want the Market House and the sun’s effect on it as the sun rises due east of the Market House. For the photographers in the 100 block of Hay Street, that will be November 11th. From my perch, 4 days later. I plan to shoot both…

 

Photography ~ Cam-n-van–After a Rainy Day, 10/26

Reflections are nice…

Our rain stopped after 9:00 pm. I went for this shoot around 10:30 pm–captured 29 and reduced those to 8.

 

Photography ~ Dawn–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/24

Not a cloud in the sky…

I prefer to capture sunrise and sunset with clouds. I shot this morning because Sunday morning is to have 74-64% cloud cover–too many clouds and the sun is obscured. I may go to see whether I should bother to set up. Nonetheless, the sun continues it “apparent” movement to its southmost point [winter solstice].

 

Photography ~ Saturday Evening–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/20

Shots from the First Baptist Church [Anderson & Old Streets] parking lot. I met their pastor, Rob James.

At times, the sky was fiery red.

I shared with Pastor James pictures I have taken of his church, to include texting him a link to my dedicated album for his church pictures.

Photography ~ Friday Afternoon & Evening–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/19

Somewhat unremarkable…

Photography ~ Around Sunset–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/18

From the Rowan Street Bridge–the part that is under construction…

Pictures from a perspective I have not seen…

Photography ~ Dawn–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 10/18

The best skies so far in this series

The point of sunrise nears Fayetteville’s most know landmark–the Market House as it journey to its southern-most point on December 21st–Winter Soltice.

From the place I am taking pictures, the sun will rise behind the Market House, Thursday, November 15, 2018, and again on its journey to its north-most point–Summer Soltice, Friday, January 26, 2019. Most of those taking pictures will see this magical sunrise on its southern pass 4 days earlier, November 11th–Veterans Day and 4 days later in January.

The last four years, I have photographed Market House Sunrises on at least one of of the sun’s annual passes and from different perspectives.