Just like the days, no two sunrises are the same.– Jonathan P. Lamas
I always get sidetracked each time I see the sunrise, even when I have seen it in the same place thousands of times. There’s something magical about it, especially when it’s as dramatic as the sunrise pictured above.
I took that at Plantation Bay Resort and Spa’s Galapagos Beach while walking Hobbes. It looked so beautiful that we ended up staying at the beachfront for an entire hour, just watching the sun rise to meet the well-defined clouds.
Beautiful, isn’t it?
And like the quote, it’s even more beautiful because it’s fleeting, with no chance of being replicated. Yesterday’s sunrise from the same spot is different from today’s. And tomorrow’s sunrise will be different, too.
I’ll end this post with my favorite photo from today.
It’s of Hobbes with the green dot reflection from my camera landing on his nose. This wasn’t intentional, as I could barely see from the glare of the sun, so I just snapped photos one after the other and was pleasantly surprised with the outcome.
Photos taken with a Samsung S23 Ultra.