The color in this sky was supposed to be in the opposite direction. All the apps I use to predict color in the sunrise or sunset claimed the color would be in the western portion of the sky as the sun came up, not in the east. So I was set up with a composition looking west when the sky absolutely exploded with color behind me and in a great rush, I grabbed my camera and tripod and ran to get into position to capture this composition before the color faded away as the sun climbed higher into the clouds. For a more in-depth telling of the making of this image, read my blog post on the subject.
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