Anatomy of a Sunrise

Almost always the best nature and landscape photographs are captured in what I like to call “the margins of the day,” that being dawn and dusk. Even an hour before sunrise and an hour after sunset, when most photographers aren’t up or have packed away their gear for the day, the beauty of gradual light enhances the natural subject.

The following Pictures You Can Hear video and images were captured on the morning of October 20, 2009 at The Inn at Cedar Falls, in Hocking Hills, Ohio.

The sacredness of the light. To crunch about in the woods. To take in sunrise on the hilltop and then marvel at the sight of the Milky Way after nightfall. These are the visual gifts that feed the spirit and move the soul.

When all else in the “outside world” is ripping at the seams and falling in tatters, it is comforting to know that all is well, and right, in nature and at The Inn at Cedar Falls.

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

Fall Sunrise at The Inn at Cedar Falls by Jim Crotty

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