I took this picture around 5 o' clock during our early morning Team Building activities as part of our two-day seminar on Building a Corps of Good Governance Champions. I was amazed at the magical hues of the early morning sky. The sky looked bright and fiery though it was just the wee hours of the morning even when the sun was rising lazily in the east. Science can explain such phenomenon why at times we see a bloody-red sky in the mornings. But ancient folks believed that a flaming-red sky would mean an inclement weather was around the corner with the likelihood of a typhoon. But thank God, nothing untoward happened like that.
I used an old Sony Digicam to take this picture.There are many more shots taken which I will share in the coming weeks.
By the way, this is my first time at Skywatch Friday. I've known this place through Sandy Carlson's blog where she is a constant contributor in said blog.
Hope to meet fellow skywatchers there. And yes, I am starting to love photography! But I must confess, this is just an amateur's take....:)
(The pic was taken at Mascoop Beach Resort and Training Center, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan, Philippines)
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