Autumn is nearly upon us. Yet pleasing weather still exists, in which temperate blue skies still abound.
For Tisha’s Looking at the Sky on Friday, I am at the shoreline in West Haven (CT) for my non-profit employer’s Wheel-a-Thon fund raising event.
However as an with no assigned duties while there, the camera was put to good use (naturally). This morning was astounding, a crisp and cool morning 58°F (14°C) with the sun rising above the horizon. The body of water is the Long Island Sound estuary that stretches over 100 miles from New York City to the Atlantic. A calm body that has no waves to speak of in good weather.
The blue reflected nicely on the sound, leaving a soft azure color on its surface. The gulls are quiet, seeming to take in the morning brilliance.
Below is maybe an hour later, the darker blue lightening considerably as the sun rises further into the sky. The gull soars above us in the now pale blue heavens. I’m not all that fond of seagulls, but today they are behaving nice for a change. See more at Tisha’s fun meme!