Morning Flux

Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 1
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 1
Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 2
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 2
Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 3
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 3
Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 4
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 4
Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 5
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 5
Sunrise - Arches Nat'l Park, Moab, Utah 6
Sunrise – Arches Nat’l Park, Moab, Utah 6

Summer Memory – early, early morning, warming, moving, cycling Edmonton bike trails, alone, witnessing with dawn the lighting of the earth and the articulation and colouration of shapes, the earth shrouded in mist, becoming seen, more and more vividly, with each pedal stroke. It’s the transition or flux from night to day happening each day regardless of weather – the time is special, perhaps sacred. The photos, here, capture the lighting of the earth, the articulation of shape and colouration of the world at dawn – Arches National Park, near Moab, Utah.

Listening to – Mary J. Blige and U2 sing ‘One,’ Luciano Pavarotti and U2 sing ‘Miss Sarajevo’ and B.B. King and U2 sing ‘When Love Comes to Town.’

Quote to Consider – “Insofar as photography does peel away the dry wrappers of habitual seeing, it creates another habit of seeing – both intense and cool, solicitous and detached; charmed by the insignificant detail, addicted to incongruity.” – Susan Sontag, ‘On Photography’

One Comment Add yours

  1. redjim99 says:

    Utah 5, like a poster for an old John Wayne movie. Nice,

    Jim

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