Saturday
Jul242010

Sunrise East of Cadiz, CA

When out chasing along BNSF’s Needles Subdivision, as a matter of survival, well at least comfort, I prefer to shoot photos when the sun in lower in the sky, say about within 15 degrees of the horizon or so, that occurs at sunrise and sunset. In part to overcome the harsher summer light but also because it is much cooler!

Here are a four photos from a recent outing to the Needles Subdivision near East Cadiz, California:

Cadiz Sunrise 1 [6/13/2010 - Needles Subdivision] © Copyright 2010, Joe Perry

Ship Mountains Sunrise [6/13/2010 - Needles Subdivision] © Copyright 2010, Joe Perry

A New Day [6/13/2010 - Needles Subdivision] © Copyright 2010, Joe Perry

BNSF 7538 East 3 BNSF 7538 (GE ESS44DC), BNSF 5213 (GE DASH 9-44CW), and BNSF 7423 (GE ES44DC), hold the point assignment on this eastbound intermodal consist flying towards West Danby, CA. [6/13/2010 - Needles Subdivision] © Copyright 2010, Joe Perry

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