A Photo a Week Challenge: Sunrise

Although it’s highly unlikely that I’ll be up for sunrise at home, when I’m travelling it happens a lot!

The Queen of the North ferry departs from Prince Rupert at 6 o’clock in the morning, a little too early for some passengers including me. If I had thought about it I would have bundled up in a sleeping bag too.On the Queen of the North ferry departing from Prince Rupert a little too early for some passengers But then I would have missed the long summer sunrise.
Sunrise from the Queen of the North ferry departing from Prince RupertGetting up early for the sunrise was highly recommended on our Halong Bay cruise. Some of the passengers were even up for the morning Tai Chi lesson! (Vietnam)Sunrise in Halong Bay, VietnamOne thing about camping is that you usually get up with the sun – this spectacular sunrise at the free campsites at Goosenecks Canyon in Utah.Camping at Goosenecks CanyonOur guide kept apologizing for the fog, saying “you can usually see a long, long way”. Instead we saw this Bali temple in the fog at sunrise and weren’t all that disappointed with the view.Bali- temple in the fog at sunriseIt is recommended to see the sunrise at the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. We went into the mosque rather than to the area crammed with other early risers…
sunrise at the Taj Mahal Angkor Wat had a surprising amount of early birds up for the sunrise. (Cambodia)
Angkor Wat: the Sunrise Crowd Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Sunrise

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