I rousted myself out early for the sunrise on my first morning in the Fort DeSoto campgrounds. From time to time my photo group holds photo walks to see the sunrise between the main uprights of the Sunshine Skyway bridge, when the sunrise will line up properly. That first morning wasn’t one of those mornings, but it was very worth while to be out there, killing time until the camp store opened so I could get some coffee. I had solved my electrical problem by plugging my extension cord into the camp supplied power and using it to charge my computer. My camera battery would be next, and if my phone was charged after driving around that day then the heater would be a very welcome use of that extension cord overnight. And the next morning? Coffee!
The sky was blue and clear, and the lights on the bridge were so pretty when I arrived at East Beach. As it got lighter the lights weren’t visible, and the colors became muddy. But a lovely sunrise none the less…
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I have always admired the photos taken from that particular spot for sunrise. Beautiful
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Me too. It was the prime reason that I came here to camp.