There's something special about a sunrise (or a sunset). The sky changes colors and no matter where you are, the space around you feels more magical than at other moments in the day. But, I never thought about how different a sunrise could look if you make an effort to see it every single day at the same time for a whole year.
That's exactly what photographer, Robert Weingarten, did in 6:30AM Series. He took photographs in the same spot (Santa Monica Bay) for a year at 6:30AM (January - December, 2003) with the same aperture (f/22). The only changes allowed were the shutter speed of the lens (because of the changes in light throughout the year at 6:30AM) and of course, Mother Nature (i.e. weather).
The various colors and textures throughout this series is amazing. I'm in awe of the sheer beauty we can see if we just take a moment to appreciate what is around us. This can be described in one simple sentence: it's powerful.
What do you think of this series?