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Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

Sunday Morning Photograph October 10 2021: Sunrise.

Goodness gracious, great ball of fire.

After a restful good night’s sleep — which perhaps may have been prompted by a lullaby the night before, as discussed in this article at The Gate yesterday, Saturday, October 9, 2021 pertaining to the most popular lullaby in almost every country in the world — you might awaken in time to watch one of the simple magical events of nature: the sunrise.

Sunday Morning Photograph October 10 2021: Sunrise.

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Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

Sunrises can occur in many different ways. Some of them have clouds which help accentuate that grand canvas above us known as the sky; some of them have little more than a barely glowing ball which is filtered through a dense fog; and some of them have no impediment whatsoever due to a clear, crisp autumn morning.

Fiery reds, brilliant oranges, or bright yellows usually define — and even dominate — the palette of colors which is used by a sunrise.

Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

I photographed the sunrise in this article through the window of my room at a hotel property somewhere in Mississippi just after I woke up. At first, I did not like the reflection of the sun, which was caused by the properties of the window itself — but I have grown to like it.

Many works of art, literature, music, and photography have been inspired by sunrises over the years. Sunrises are especially spectacular when viewed from an airplane while flying at an altitude of 35,000 feet in the sky…

…and that is no wonder, as watching the sun rise into the sky — with its ever-changing colors — is a mesmerizing experience. I can never tire of watching the sun rise.

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For additional photographs of sunrises around the world — as well as sunsets around the world — as taken by me over the years, please refer to this article called Sunrises and Sunsets From Around the World.

In the meantime, which do you prefer: sunrise or sunset?

All photographs ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

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