Misty Spring sunrise on Bear Rocks, Dolly Sods, West Virginia

Wow, it has been a whole week since I updated this. Geez. I’ve been super busy. This past weekend, I assisted on one of Joe Rossbach’s photo workshops. It was a great time, and great learning experience for me. I drove from there straight to Maine, where I’ll be photographing for the next week and a half. I’m going to have to wait another week or so for the lupines to be at their best here, so until then I’m focusing on sunrise/sunsets on the rocky coast, and breeding songbirds! I’m trying to get the most out of this spring, if that wasn’t obvious 🙂

Here’s one from the morning after the workshop. Myself, Joe, and a workshop participant, Reza, camped up on Dolly Sods overnight to catch sunrise at Bear Rocks. It was some nice light! Please excuse any errors that may be present in the processing, because this was done on my uncalibrated laptop monitor.


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One Response to Misty Spring sunrise on Bear Rocks, Dolly Sods, West Virginia

  1. Reza Tavana says:

    Hi Alex, I like the mood of this shot. I like how trees are glowing by first light. Buddy, I am really thankful for all of your help. I learned many things from you and Joe.

    Thank you.

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