I love sunrises with low lying clouds and fog.
In the first picture, I was standing up looking out at the pasture.
The second picture I squatted down and shot so I was shooting through the grass.
Sometimes just changing your position and the way your shooting changes the whole picture.
Mr. Bird wanted out early on this day so I let him out when I went out to get some sunrise pictures.
As I looked back I saw him posing near some dead grass and I thought ” I need to take his picture”. He was staring off into the distance at something but I never could figure out what it was.
Mr. Bird lives in the house but every morning he goes outside.
He likes the springtime the best those days he will spend the most time outdoors.
Since our weather has been cooler he goes out and comes back in within one hour.
He does not like the rain, wind or heat much less the cold lol. When he is ready to come back in he sits in front of the french doors so I will see him staring in at me.
He just wants the best of both worlds indoors and outdoors.
In the afternoon the light is more golden than the morning, the pasture of Bahia grass appears to be a bright golden color.
As the wind blows the stalks of grass they seem to move gracefully across the 30 acres.
Everything is quiet and the day is so peaceful as the sun begins to set.