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Aug 23, 2020 | by Adrian Binns

Sunrises and sunsets are beautiful all year long, but summer is an especially relaxing season to enjoy the first and last rays of the day. Birders and photographers well understand the rewards of getting out early and staying out late to catch unique moments in nature. Silhouettes emerge from burnt-orange palettes; shapes shimmer in soft tones; peace settles on the landscape.

The Brown Pelican in the masthead photo from the Dry Tortugas National Park appears to jump or dance as the rising sun illuminates the dock. Wildebeest graze on the African plains of the Serengeti from sunrise to sunset, constantly on the move for fresh grass.  For more inspiring photos, watch my recorded webinar, As the Sun Rises and Sets.

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