Adan’s One Line PhotoPoems – Mount Mansfield September Sunrise One (of 7 in series)

A slice in night into my morning.


Is it a title, a description, a one line poem, or simply a fragment, like the moment itself?

I know, vividly remembering that September morning a few years ago, in a field just outside Burlington, Vermont, having arrived and waited in pitch dark to catch my first view of this state’s iconic mountain at sunrise, this is how it appeared to me. This is how it felt to me. Like the night had been slit, split into a squint eyed view of what was already there in the darkness, waiting to wake. It sure woke me up, lol! 😊

Experiencing twilight, I discovered, is a discovery in itself!

Thanks so much everyone!

Do you feel a one-liner you can express to describe my photo? If you like, please post in the comments. If you’re also on Twitter ( mine is @FelipeAdanLerma ), include your handle & I’ll try to tweet it. Only positive or contemplative orientated sentiments please ❤️

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I used a Canon one inch sensor compact for my shoot 😊

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Thanks again, everyone! 😊


Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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    • Thank you, Tiffany! I’m kinda a morning person, but the kind that likes to get up, have some coffee or hot tea, read or putter ‘round w/either my art or on my iPad, lol! But on trips like to Vermont or such, I make myself go ll when it looks worthwhile and the weather’s promising. That morning in Vermont, I struck sunrise gold ❤️


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