Holger Olivier Reinbold
Today it went at 05:3o am out of bed. I had found a place yesterday during location scouting around Admont, which offered itself for a sunrise shoot. It was cold (-5 degrees). On foot I went to the nearby river Enns meadows. The sky was more cloudy than I expected and in the east already showed a first morning red. A first photo was taken.
About 20 minutes later, a firework of colors has developed from the delicate dawn. The spectacle lasted exactly 5 minutes, then the dense cloud cover put an end to it! The actual sunrise, about 30 minutes later took place behind the clouds and was practically 'invisible'.
But for those 5 minutes, the whole trip to this spot was worth it. It is always breath-taking, what colors this daily event conjures up in our sky. today everything fit and I was allowed to share it!