Gloucester At Dawn- Gloucester Station 4:48AM 6/27/12

Love shooting early morning just after a rain storm.  The textures and reflections make for much more interesting photos.  The green on the sign vs the yellow and the purple. Lots of repetition and symmetry.  Sometimes the scenes you pass by a million times end up being the most interesting when you simply slow down and immerse yourself in it.

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12 Responses to Gloucester At Dawn- Gloucester Station 4:48AM 6/27/12

  1. Lori Thorstensen says:

    The colors in that photo are amazing. Great eye. I love that St. Ann’s Church steeple is in the background.

  2. Liz says:

    very cool! love the colors and the perspective. ..! and then Jim’s bagels across the street?!

  3. Len Burgess says:

    Great capture Joey, you’ve become the master of the early dawn/night shot.

  4. Linn says:

    The depot never looked so good to me :)

  5. Marty Luster says:

    You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. Your next stop…the Twilight Zone.
    —Rod Serling

  6. Bill Langer says:

    Joey, this is a fine shot, one to be proud of — I really like how you picked up the color accents on the railing, and in the pavement — also the starbursts around the lights in the upper left. I’m glad there is something besides virtue to be said for being up that early.

  7. Anthony Marks says:

    Another great shot, I like the colors reflecting off the fence.

  8. Joe T. says:

    A Grand Photo Joey and a classic example of Converging lines I learned in Architectural Engineering back in olden college days,

  9. Jenn Cullen says:

    Very cool shot!!

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