Thank you James.
I used the iPhone app for the sunrise and sunset times. Apparently, those times were popular with other photographers. Speaking about the iOS app, you might find The Photographer's Ephemeris
handy (universal for both iPhone/iPod touch and iPad) and PhotoCalc
(iPhone/iPod touch only) handy.
Oh, you might be interested to know the story of me taking a photo of sunrise. It took me three trips. (Translating to Don's language: I paid 3 road tolls for it.)
Well, I got up before 5am aiming for a sunrise photo. The first morning, it took me about 10 minutes to find the exact location on my GPS. (Laurent gave me the wrong name.) Without a doubt, I was furious after arriving the location.
The next morning, again, I got up before 5am. Arrived at the location before sunrise, except... foggy morning. In fact, not just some fog, but heavy fog that morning, all flights to Sydney were diverted to Brisbane and Adelaide for that morning. Here's the foggy morning photo (taken at sunrise time):
Apart from getting up early, apparently, I also need to check the weather forecast.
Since I got up early twice, paid road toll twice, and did not get the photo I wanted, I, of course, have to go back there again for the third time. Finally, third time lucky.
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