I am an “essential worker” at my aerospace company (at least until May 29, when I retire), and my days begin at 0510 when my alarm clock rings (really my iPod playing Wildwood Flower). So I mostly go to work in the dark, until just lately. I captured this sunrise picture on my way in today. It’s a vacant lot across the street from my factory, and I stopped in the middle of the street, rolled down my window, whipped out my phone, and took the picture.
I get to my desk just after 0600, and get right to work. Most of my coworkers are working from home these days, so it’s mercifully quiet. I have always been a morning person, and have mostly worked the early shift. It should be quite interesting not having to be at the mercy of an alarm clock every weekday.
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4 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #93-Morning”
A beautiful capture, the sunrise. And that deep red bush/tree makes a lovely accent. I wish you a happy retirement soon then! Wonder if you will get up just as early without the alarm…?
Thanks very much. I had a furlough the first two weeks of April, so I already know I won’t be waking early when I retire. More like after 0900. Hubby is working from home, and he is a late riser.
Then breakfast is together from then on!
Great article .