Sunrise on the Texas Coast

As you may have seen here, I’m kind of in love with sunrise pictures. In my mind, the sunrise just might be better than the sunset, because the rest of the world isn’t up yet and there is still some peace and quiet to be had.

That said, waking me up in the morning is akin to raising the dead, and so it’s not all that often I get to enjoy a good sunrise. But in theory, I love them!

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A few weeks ago I got to watch the sunrise at Powderhorn Ranch, a new state park that will be opening to the public in a few years. The sunrise alone makes the trip worthwhile.

Powderhorn sits on Matagorda Bay, and faces the sunrise head on.

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The rays were coming over the water and lighting up the meadow in hues of yellows and oranges.

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As if the scene couldn’t get any more magical, pelicans and birds of every sort were waking up and heading out to the water to fish.

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I happily took my coffee down to the water and sat for a while. Here’s a video:

All in all it was one of my favorite sunrises yet! Where have some of your favorite sunrises been?

PS. See my pics of a sunrise in the Sierra mountains here.

2 Replies to "Sunrise on the Texas Coast"

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    Magretha November 22, 2016 (5:16 pm)

    Sunrises are actually a huge part of why I go camping. 🙂

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    - Jenice Benedict December 1, 2016 (10:52 am)

    Good photos of a very pretty coastal sunrise. I did not know Texas was getting a new park until your report. Thank you.

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