I very rarely am up early enough to see the dawn, let alone photograph it. A few years ago we decided to take our boat from Windsor to Rochester in the Medway at the mouth of the Thames.
The river Thames is tidal until Teddington, and at low tide there is sometimes not enough water to navigate some of the stretches between Teddington and Putney. We needed to be at Teddington in time for the first lock in order to make it to the deeper parts of the river before low tide, so I was up at an unfamiliar time, floating along a very tranquil Thames as the dawn was breaking, and managed to capture this lovely photograph.
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