Sunrise 🌅

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Get up early and do some sun-gazing in the first hour after the sunrise! it will de-calcify your pineal gland and boost your well-being.

1 hour after sunrise and 1 hour before sunset are when the UV rays are lowest, so we can gaze directly into the sun without harming our eyes!

This snapshot was taken before my sun-gazing yesterday at the harbor in Hamburg!



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It will also burn your retina.

Not if you do it correctly at the right times :) There is an app called "UV Lens" that lets you know when the UV rays are too strong to do sungazing and will damage your retina. Otherwise, if you do it in the 1st hour after sunrise and 1st hour before sunset, and UV rays are not too high, you are safe.

i can tell you by my own experience after photographing the sunset for three years in a row that if there's a "safe" moment to directly look at the sun it is 5 to 10 minutes before sunset. 1 hour before can definitively burn your retina. That's how I almost burned mine, and it was not even 30 minutes before Sunset.

I downvoted because it is not a sound advice to give specially with 10k followers.

No hard feelings :)

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And a source of vitamin D if I remember correctly goldenhour can be healthy too.
Beautiful shot 📷

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Exactly, vitamin D is essential as well!

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