Sunday, August 4, 2013

What You Miss If You Are A Snowbird.


All photographs taken from Olas Altas on this day between 6 am and 6.30 am.

Mazatlán during the winter months provides nice sunset skies virtually every day but in my opinion you can see just too much of them. Whereas in the hot summer months during the rainy season you can observe these skies if you get up early enough. These cold grey skies bursting with energy are less frequent and you have to be on your toes because they don't last long due to the strong winds sweeping them across the horizon and when the sun fully rises, the light destroys the drama.











©2013 Matt Mawson

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous, Matt. Thanks for getting up early so I don't have to.

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