Interestingly enough, at least to me, is that I took one picture of this sunrise, emailed it to myself, took a second picture, emailed that one, then when I glanced back up to see how the scene was progressing, bam, it was gone. Just like that. In seconds it had turned into overcast with no interesting light or colors. Even a minute before the sun shone under the clouds it was dull, and a minute later it was dull again. I might as well have been photographing the moonrise at Hernandez New Mexico. Take that, Ansel!
This is the barcarolle, or, if you prefer, barcarola from Jacques Offenbach-earlier's Tales of Hoffman. The musical form is based on the songs sung by Venetian gondoliers, and, at least for me, it has a rolling nature, going with the flow, as it were, paddling right along, no fuss, no muss.
I hope everyone's day is on a similar roll - it will be above freezing here today, I guess some of that Rocky Mountain heat has drifted east, so I hope to get some work done. Work is good.