I arranged a mini photoshoot at one my my favourite spots this morning. This is my 3rd visit and I took arranged to meet up with two people that had never been there. The spot is Coalcliff near the Sea Cliff Bridge I posted the other day. Although a dawn shot and the weather promised 57% overcast with the chance of a shower developing, it was nothing like that and was quite a fizzer of a sunrise as there was virtually no cloud and the little there was all at the horizon. Even so, I have been putting into good practice what I have learnt recently and extended the shooting time pre-dawn out to 60 seconds at f/6.3 and ISO200. This resulted in a much a lot less noise than my usual underexpose and push to get the details. No bracketing with this shot either. As usual, taken with my Olympus E-P1 and Olympus M.Zuiko 9-18mm however it has been cropped a fair bit so is probably equivalent to around 12mm and it was about 1 hour before official sunrise (and about half-an-hour before "first light").