While stalking dawn at the port of Pilar in Sorsogon, ominous rain clouds appeared out of no where. I thought to myself, I've seen this movie before. When you're stalking the colors of twilight, you're always hanging on a prayer. Will fate be kind today?
While rain clouds obscured sunrise, it was thin enough to allow the sun's rays to shine through it, blanketing the entire landscape before me in an eerie orange glow, highlighting raindrops in ecstatic dance. Prayers answered. Enjoy.
(Pixel-peepers: At dawn, not all the action is in the sky. Look around you, specially at surfaces that can reflect. Opportunities abound.)
But wait, there's more...
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