I have friends in my life who are also cyclists, and the type of cyclists who do crazy distances on two wheels. Last summer for example, I was ecstatic to be part of a group of about 8 or 9, who circled Lake Simcoe here in Ontario on our bikes. The full trip was in the 215km range I think. We did that in one day.
On Sunday morning I did a pretty darn big ride, but my initial goal was to be at a small village called Hawkestone, on Lake Simcoe, for sunrise. So I biked through the pre-dawn darkness and was indeed there for sunrise, and I caught these photos below, amongst numerous others, while down at the pier there, watching the sun come up.
The rest of my ride after that - and I rode for HOURS after that! - was great! But... the "bling", from a photography perspective, definitely came very early in the ride, down at Hawkestone.
I'm Chris Tomasini.