SUNRISE DIARIES: WEEK 4

by neil williams February 10, 2017

SUNRISE DIARIES: WEEK 4

DAY 31: 7:52am WESTOVER DOWN WOODS, BRIGHSTONE

 

The Sunrise Diaries... Early mornings... 365 days... The attempt to photograph every dawn of 2017 continues...

#sunrisediaries #neilwilliamsphotography

 

Pepper Pot St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight

DAY 28: 7:47am ST CATHERINES ORATORY (known locally as The Pepper Pot)

Yarmouth Harbour Isle of Wight

DAY 30: 7:45am YARMOUTH HARBOUR WALL WITH PENGUIN

DAY 26: 7:49am OAK TREE, BRADING MARSHES

Sunrise Diaries prints will available to buy on the website soon... Watch this space!




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