I am not an early bird and to be honest I don’t like waking up early in the morning but when it is about sunrise photography I really don’t care and I am always on time. On last Sunday, my friend Costas came and picked me up at 04:00am to get to this place, which is situated 36 km from Volos. We wanted to catch up the sunrise. Kalamaki is a place on eastern Pelion, famous for its silver-green stones and the interesting rock formations. If you are lucky enough with the weather conditions, you can get some really good pictures. We got there one hour before the sunrise and this is the first click I made during the blue hour at dawn. The sky was almost cloudless and unfortunately there was a lot of humudity in the atmosphere and thousands of mosquitos which made our work harder. But as I mentioned before, the place is great for seascape photography, and I will visit it again for sure. This is a single exposure image taken with the Nikon D610 and the Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G ED. The settings I used to take this image are : 30sec – f/8 – ISO 320.