Cloudy Morning

Crispy eyes in the morning open up and if you're not one to shut the blinds and plunge yourself into permanent darkness, then you are the sort of person that looks outside to check if it's cloudy or clear.
This is probably one of the first things many of us breathing species do. This then lays down the ceramic tiles for potentially the rest of the day. Now I wont categorise myself as one who opens his eyes and on a clear day will be peaches and custard tart and on a cloudy day, think what's the point of getting up. It's a bit of a mixed game, if you will be travelling before sun is up or whilst sun slips down then I, and probably 90% of photographers, prefer the cloud. Why. Well it's 90% more interesting then a happy day. This is only one situation. If you're about the shoot a wedding and you wake up with cloud, dark clouds, the thought is still probably awesome, because you'll get the bride slipping over in the happy mud whilst you click comfortably under an umbrella. If you're shooting any subject that requires clear skies then naturally you roll over in bed and groan at the thought of cloud. It's not science and I'm certainly no Albert as this has been discussed many a dinner times.

This was a cloudy day and this was the last chance I could pull over to get a shot of this scene. So I did.