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31st March 2012
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swear you'll be the opposite of all the stilted hypocrites, you know what made you infamous to them, don't you? you keep starting over, you keep starting over
i think this shot is the first time i've taken a sunrise photo on the same day as a startrail shot - i had around 4 hours sleep between the stars and the sun. whilst it's common for me to get to bed around 1 or 2 in the morning, getting up before the sun is a rarer occurrence. i must have been stirring already as i woke up naturally, checked the time, and thought i'd nip down to the jetty to see if the new day was photoworthy. it was, and my timing was perfect, the sun followed me 2 minutes later. despite my indolent state i was uncharacteristically efficient - out and back into bed in a 5 minute round trip - and captured one of my favourite cuban photos in the process. sometimes it pays to ignore the voice that tells you your bed is too warm and cosy to leave. obviously most of the time that voice is spot on - in fact your looking a little tired yourself, why don't you have a nice lie down...

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31/03/2012
you keep starting over
i think this shot is the first time i've taken a sunrise photo on the same day as a startrail shot - i had around 4 hours sleep between the stars and the sun. whilst it's common for me to get to bed around 1 or 2 in the morning, getting up before the sun is a rarer occurrence. i must have been stirring already as i woke up naturally, checked the time, and thought i'd nip down to the jetty to see if the new day was photoworthy. it was, and my timing was perfect, the sun followed me 2 minutes later. despite my indolent state i was uncharacteristically efficient - out and back into bed in a 5 minute round trip - and captured one of my favourite cuban photos in the process. sometimes it pays to ignore the voice that tells you your bed is too warm and cosy to leave. obviously most of the time that voice is spot on - in fact your looking a little tired yourself, why don't you have a nice lie down...

here's the original