Mount Mansfield September Sunrise Six & Seven – Daybreak!

Jan 03, 2019

Hope everyone is having a good start to 2019! These are my 6th and 7th images from my Mount Mansfield September Sunrise photo shoot one morning, September, 2018 – the final two pics in the series! 🙂

Please click links to see full res samples on my site at Fine Art America.
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Visit my newest art & photography image Collection, Mount Mansfield, at – .

My Sunrise / Sunset image collection (currently over 200 photos and art) is at – .

I hope you’ve enjoyed or will browse my blog post links to see the full series of images and commentary. I do hope to do a full series gallery-view post of the seven images in the near future.


Other Options & Ideas
My Amazon affiliate marketing highlights for this post and the other five in this Mt Mansfield Sunrise Series is the camera I bought this spring from Amazon before our trip to Vermont, the Canon Powershot G9 X Mark II Compact Digital Camera .

One Inch Sensor Digital Camera Search Link
Canon G9 Series Link

Featuring a one inch sensor, and the option of going fully automatic or manually to the degree I need for my photography, I like both its size and feel. Plus it has a neat retro look that reminds me of the old film cameras “way” back, lol! 😊

I also like the macro setting and ability to shoot deep night pictures.

With a decent size memory card I keep my camera set to capturing images at its largest file size, about 20 MB.

But check out my other images in the Mt Mansfield Sunrise Series and see the shifts of light through the three twilights to daybreak!

And if you’d like more ideas, browse my Amazon search for Photography Compact Cameras at .

Thanks so much!


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* Please note, full res images are available on my FAA site *
* This sunrise photo shoot series covers seven images  *


    • I so appreciate it, Shawn! I had my camera on a small (4 ft) tripod and played with swiveling the camera/viewfinder left to right once I had my vertical axis where I thought it’d do well. 🙂 – Adan


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