Year of the Sunrise I

August 2019


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Sunrise from Clark Lambros Park
01
Sunrise from Founders Landing
02
Sunrise from Presque Isle Breakwall
03
Sunrise from Indian Lake
04
Sunrise from Songbird Trail
05
Sunrise from Lower Harbor Breakwall
06
Sunrise from Marquette Lighthouse
07
Sunrise from Superior Dome
08
Sunrise from North of Picnic Rocks
09
Sunrise from Seeds & Spores Farm
10
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
11
Sunrise from Shiras Park
12
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
13
Sunrise from Hall Farms
14
Sunrise from Presque Isle Breakwall
15
Sunrise from South Beach
16
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
17
Sunrise from East View
18
Sunrise from Bum's Beach
19
Sunrise from North of Picnic Rocks
20
Sunrise from Presque Isle
21
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
22
Sunrise from Lower Harbor Breakwall
23
Sunrise from Clark Lambros Park
24
Sunrise from Wetmore Landing
25
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
26
Sunrise from Presque Isle
27
Sunrise from Mount Marquette
28
Sunrise from McCarty's Cove
29
Sunrise from Little Presque Isle
30
Sunrise from Pebble Beach
31

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 you to watch more sunrises this year than you did the previous year. I present you with a challenge, to watch more sunrises in 2022 than you did in 2021.

Take the 2022 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.

August Highlights

August Musings

Two hundred forty-three consecutive sunrises. Or more simply, eight months.

The first sunrise of August was at 6:30. This morning, the sun rose at 7:08. By the time I got to Babycakes to write this it was already 7:40. I almost can’t fathom it and where this project has come, and by project I mean life.

On the most rushed days of this project, I’m out the door fifteen minutes before sunrise. With that in mind, April 8 is the last time I was out the door after 7AM, 146 days ago. The last time I set an alarm after 7AM was probably about March 31, 154 days ago.

Others may certainly read this and think, “So what?” Which is entirely fair. But for me, this is a first. Even during times where I was more of a morning person, or during high school when I had to get up early, there were weekends where I would certainly sleep in.

What more could one do daily over the course of eight months? Mostly I need to get more exercise and eat more vegeteables.

I’m excited. I feel accomplished. But I have four months to go to complete this goal. Sunrises being after 7AM is just a small milestone.

Songs of August

Music has played a large role in this year's journey. These are the songs that were the theme of August, 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.

I wish I was swimming. Yeah, really.

August 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 you to watch more sunrises this year than you did the previous year. I present you with a challenge, to watch more sunrises in 2022 than you did in 2021.

Take the 2022 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.