Sunday, 30 November 2014
Evolution of a Sunrise
7.42 this morning looking southeast down the Sound of Mull, with the sky clear except for a few clouds above the horizon. It had rained overnight but the wind had dropped.
8.08am, looking further to the east, with the cloud cover increasing. Ben Hiant to the left.
8.13am, and the sun has begun to touch more of the undersides of the clouds.
8.17am, with the clouds on fire and the Sound a pool of red.
8.42am, the sunrise is a few seconds away, and the
is just visible coming up the Sound.
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