Travel Photo: Bora Bora Sunrise
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at 9 January, 8:47 AM 0
I caught this sunrise at the Four Seasons Bora Bora at 5:33 in the morning.
As a travel photographer, one of the important things that must be ever-present in your mind is to catch the beautiful light available in the early morning and at sunset. Further, you must give consideration to where you would like to catch this beautiful light to perhaps create a beautiful silhouette like I captured here.
In this case, I set my alarm to go off early in the morning so that I might peek at the morning sky to see what delights God might have to display in the morning sky. When I saw these colors brewing from the darkness, I quickly threw on my baseball cap, my flip-flops and ran out the door of our over-water bungalow.
As I was witnessing this remarkable display, I was tempted to run and knock on the door of each of our fellow travelers, but alas, I decided against the idea and simply enjoyed the quite and solitude of creation’s remarkable artistry.
I’ll never, ever forget that morning.
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