Year of the Sunrise I

April 2019


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Sunrise from Black Rocks
01
Sunrise from Shiras Park
02
Sunrise from South Beach
03
Sunrise from Bum's Beach
04
Sunrise from South Beach
05
Sunrise from Presque Isle
06
Sunrise from Presque Isle Power Plant
07
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
08
Sunrise from Presque Isle
09
Sunrise from Bum's Beach
10
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
11
Sunrise from Presque Isle
12
Sunrise from Picnic Rocks
13
Sunrise from Presque Isle Breakwall
14
Sunrise from Carp River
15
Sunrise from South Beach
16
Sunrise from Clark Lambros Park
17
Sunrise from Park Cemetary
18
Sunrise from Presque Isle
19
Sunrise from Clark Lambros Park
20
Sunrise from North of Picnic Rocks
21
Sunrise from US 41 & M 28 Roundabout
22
Sunrise from Black Rocks
23
Sunrise from Dead River
24
Sunrise from North of Picnic Rocks
25
Sunrise from Lower Harbor Breakwall
26
Sunrise from Presque Isle Breakwall
27
Sunrise from Wetmore Landing
28
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
29
Sunrise from Presque Isle Bog Walk
30

Fuel more Sunrises

There is plenty more to come from Year of the Sunrise. You can always add a cup of coffee to keep me going strong in the mornings, or a tank of gas to get me to some new places, as the sun keeps rising.

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Every once in a great while I send out a newsletter with sunrise updates, life stories, project developments, and various shenanigans. I'd love to share these with you and will respect your inbox.

Watch More Sunrises

As Year of the Sunrise continues, one significant takeaway is encouraging others to watch more sunrises this year than they did the previous year. I present you with a challenge, to watch more sunrises in 2021 than they did in 2020.

Take the 2021 Sunrise Pledge

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For additional sunrise photos follow both @BugsySailor and @UPSupplyCo on Instagram. I don't post daily, but you will see additional content unvailable here.

April Highlights

  • 1/3 of this project is now complete.
  • For the first time this year, half of the sunrises this month had a visible sun.
  • A good look at how drastically the same location can change in just a few days.
  • Sun was visible for 14 of 30 sunrises

April Musings

Since delivery a TEDx talk at NMU last month, I have been focused on the following thought: What happens when we are deliberate about seeking nature every day?

With my recent Bytes With Bugsy series throughout April I had been focused on another recurring thought: What happens when you are deliberate about putting your ideas into the world?


I looked at my phone’s health data app this morning. And you know what? The colder and gnarlier the weather was, the more I walked. This month’s weather has been a breeze, but it’s not as inspiring as watching Superior change throughout every day of January and February.


Brute force, and not skill, is how I’ve put things into the world.

Songs of April

Music has played a large role in this year's journey. These are the songs that were the theme of April, the ones that were playing in my car stereo on the way to sunrise, in my headphones while editing photos, and the ones being shared with those closeest to me. Check out the entire playlist.

Katherine Paul rocks. Love her voice with the guitar. And can you get any better than the name Black Belt Eagle Scout? Also, maybe a good song for a woman I want who's taken. Maybe.

This year has been all about the female vocalistss. Like, totally obsessed with female vocals and nothing else.

Another for good measure.

The first time this came on was a Saturday morning. I didn't stay in bed. The official song of every Saturday sunrise.

We stayed up all night (to watch the sunrise) We stayed up all night (we never felt so alive). These are my people, now where do I find them? This is definitely up for song of the year.

April Sunrise Locations


Fuel more Sunrises

There is plenty more to come from Year of the Sunrise. You can always add a cup of coffee to keep me going strong in the mornings, or a tank of gas to get me to some new places, as the sun keeps rising.

Subscribe

Every once in a great while I send out a newsletter with sunrise updates, life stories, project developments, and various shenanigans. I'd love to share these with you and will respect your inbox.

Watch More Sunrises

As Year of the Sunrise continues, one significant takeaway is encouraging others to watch more sunrises this year than they did the previous year. I present you with a challenge, to watch more sunrises in 2021 than they did in 2020.

Take the 2021 Sunrise Pledge

Blah Blah Blah

For additional sunrise photos follow both @BugsySailor and @UPSupplyCo on Instagram. I don't post daily, but you will see additional content unvailable here.