Our Earth rotates at a speed of 1,037 mph. It takes 24 hours to complete and every day we get the pleasure of being witness to the sun rise and set. I'm sure you've watched this beautiful occurrence once or twice, so think back to the last time that you did. Do you remember what it looked like? The colors that were painted in the sky? You watch as night fades into day and before you know it, it is daylight. Or the way that the colors burst as the sun is setting and then quickly dissipates as the grey hues of dusk spill into the night. These natural artworks change by the second and can look completely different from minute to minute.
This is why I love photography. It gives you a chance to capture breathtaking scenes before they disappear. Memories while people are still alive. Landscapes before & after, or over the years as places develop. Everything can change in the blink of an eye, and photography gives us a chance to hold onto history.
These photos were taken on my way home from a different photoshoot and I just happen to be at the right place as it hit its peak. It was a nice Autumn night and I stopped to snap these as I was driving by a lake. They are 6 minutes apart, and completely raw images because there is no amount of editing that I can do that would make these already stunning photos any better. It would be an insult to our gorgeous planet.
"Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller