Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sunrise over Lake Superior




I was up at 6:30 am to sit by the lake to get some sunrise picutres.  I tried several different settings on my camera, but didn't write them down as I did it, so can't remember which setting this last one was.  I know the first was on auto.  Think this may have been on landscape.
I'm on the road again this weekend to see daughter Stephani in southern Minnesota, a 5 hour drive to get there.  I'm going to take the dogs with and leave Steve home to do farm chores.  I know he may try to combine some corn.  Steph and I plan on going to a big craft show in Sioux Falls on Saturday.  That should be fun.  Can't forget my walking shoes!
Oh - my finger is healing very good.  No band ade on it now.  Just hurts if I bump it.


Take care everyone and have a great weekend.

8 comments:

Sharon said...

I love the sunrise that we have been having here.
I love the ones you got with the lake. It sure does look serene.
Hope that you have fun with your daughter.
Drive safe and hope to see lots of photos.
Hugs

Mildred said...

Thank you for sharing this magnificent sunrise! Hope you and your daughter have a grand time. Hope you buy some goodies and share pictures with us.

gayle said...

Wow your pictures are beautiful......especially the last one!!

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

Beautiful pictures..... ahhhh the sunrise!

misslynda said...

Gorgeous pictures. Thanks for getting up so early just for us!!!! I know you will have a great time with your daughter. Mine was selling at a craft show last weekend - - but it was only 20 minutes away.

Buttercup said...

Your photos are beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend!

Sybil said...

What wonderful pictures they sure are. I just love sunsets and sunrises...Today being Saturday and the time differences I guess you may well be tramping round the craft show at this moment...lucky you...loking forward to hearing all about it.
Love Sybil xx

Far Side of Fifty said...

Gorgeous shots..you got some great colors in the rocky fall color shot..and those sunsets are just stunning! :)