Sub-Zero Sunrise Posted by Mike on January 5, 2012 Posted in: Landscapes, Nature Photography. Tagged: D7000, ice, morning, Nikon, Photography, snow, sunrise, trees, winter. 18 Comments It was about -7 degrees (F) when I took this. The sun didn’t come out exactly how I had hoped, but I froze my buns off getting the shot so you’re going to look at the picture and like it!!! Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Posts navigation ← Dead Indian Summit 2 Summer Rain →
I think, it was worth it, so special thanks to those certain parts ^^
The sun may not have come out as you wanted, but the photo is still amazing!
WOW… I absolutely love this!
Astonishing in it’s beauty…landscapes sure doesn’t get better than this!
Well, it didn’t take your ordering us to like it, I promise. This shot is amazing. Thanks for endangering yourself to show us. Try not to freeze to death for any photo shoots, we’d miss seeing more pictures! : )
I love it!!! It is sort of surreal and so beautiful!! We get alot of really cold mornings like that up in northern Alberta so I know what it takes to get that beautiful shot. Great job!!
Ha! I look at all of your beautiful photography… this post made me laugh 🙂
The result is worth all the suffering!
I really like this one!
Considering the number of people who clicked on the “like” button, people bowed to your command. I liked it without even being coerced. 🙂
That’s great! I know what it’s like to shoot in those temps!
Oh, Mike, I thought WOW at first glance! never would have given the sun problem a thought if you had not mentioned it. Thanks for the “like” on my post today. Intend to follow and look around some more.
Thanks, and welcome!
I looked at it and I liked it! Thanks to you and your buns for sharing.
I know how you must have felt, but usually deal with heat.
Thanks for freezing your buns off to bring us this. This shows the true dedication of the phototgrapher to his craft.