Sunrise With Single Storm Cloud

During one of my early morning walks along the beach, this particular sunrise offered an unusual scene. Miles and miles out to sea there had been several different storms passing along for hours. I was originally disheartened with the thoughts of missing a glowing sunrise at all. As I walked, the storm clouds still well out to sea, the sky brightened; the clouds lifted and the rays of pre-sunrise reached for the heavens. There was one storm cloud still dispensing it's buckets of rain as the sun rose above the surface of the sea. The downpour was so dense as to block the sun as it gained height and glowed around it. What a sight!

Karen Hanley Colbert

I have been diligently working on my photographic vision in all aspects of Fine Art Photography. I shoot both in color and black and white. Over the past ten years, my work has been recognized in local, regional, national and international Juried Competitions. I have received awards, honors and nominations in Abstract, Nature, Architecture and Landscape among others. My imagery has also been exhibited and sold in a local gallery and published in two magazines. In the last few years, ...

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