Sunrise and the Guest Room Window
If you come for a visit, have a gander out the guest room window. It faces east. If you're up early and conditions are right, you might see a pretty groovy sunrise.
I feel kinda guilty though. Because instead of trekking in Africa, ice climbing in Lower Slubovia, hiking for 5 hours in the wee hours of the morning to arrive at a remote 10,000 foot summit location JUST in time for that award-winning sunrise-on-the-peak moment like so many travel/adventure/landscape photographers whom I deeply admire do... I sometimes just shoot out a window.
Thing is, I do voiceovers. And chances are I'd get to that 10,000 foot summit location and someone would need a spot done. NOW. So I focus on the world around me. It's not the Amazon, Iceland or the Great Wall... but I call it home.
For this HDR shot, I wedged myself into the window frame (my tripod wouldn't fit and well, I was frankly too lazy to move the dresser), held my breath so I wouldn't move, squeezed off a few shots, prayed it would work, then went downstairs for coffee.
Most of the time I do go outside though.