Blue & Gold And A New Year.

Blue Awakening

While many(most?) were still warm in their beds, the New Year dawned blue and magical along the rocky New Hampshire coast.

This, the first image, in fact the first press of the shutter for 2015, is but a 30 second glimpse of the enchanting twilight.

16°F At First Light Of The New Year.

Soon, blue was overtaken by gold as the sun appeared on the horizon.

The icy Atlantic lapping at my feet, brilliant rays over rocky coast, I eagerly await the year to come.

Dawn Of A New Year, 2015

Wishing all a Happy New Year!

35 thoughts on “And So It Begins, 2015.

  1. all i can say is brrrrr-eautiful. thanks for sharing. at the risk of sounding like a wimp, better you than me! we are at -4 °C (24.8 °F) which is plenty cold enough for me. but a brilliant way to start the new year, for sure. thanks for sharing. 😉

        1. It’s funny you say that. The highest turn out when I, along with another outstanding local photographer I know, have jointly shared, via out fan pages, kind of as an invite to an impromptu meet-up for a sunrise shoot both happened on days when it was well below zero.

          Now maybe that’s because neither of us share our intended shooting locations very often, and our ever growing fan base thinks “If Jeff and Jim are going to be in the same place on the same morning it must be worth going,” or it could just as easily be that people crazy enough to be out on the seacoast in such cold like to stick together and share their psychosis.

      1. I just saw what the temperature was, I have never experienced cold like that, certainly not here, the coldest it gets is maybe -1 overnight, but that is rare. Now if you want something else, well it is going to 39 here today and 41 tomorrow, so 100 and 105, how opposite are those, is this where you say from one extreme to the next?

  2. I always feel like I hold my breath when I view and experience your beautiful photos-you’re such an inspiration to this amateur photographer. Happy New Year Jeff!

  3. Sometimes it’s so hard to think of new adjectives to describe your photography Jeff. My thesaurus has run out! How about mesmerizingly beautiful. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Jude. Now you know how I feel. There are only so many ways to say “thank you,” for all the wonderful comments you and so many others leave. 😀

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