An initially pretty but fairly standard sunrise became quite spectacular when the light revealed squalls and came down in rays through the clouds.
Figure 1 was taken at 6:22 a.m. 38 mm. at f/10, ISO 100, 10 seconds. The lengthy exposure has softened the waves into gentle patches of white.
Things got really busy around 7:15 a.m. A series of patchy squalls came in, even though the sun was bright and well above the clouds shining down with rays at 7:12 a.m. (figure 2). That jogger was destined to get wet. 70 mm at f/ 9, 1/15 second, ISO 200, settings adjusted to capture detail in the water. You’ll see the ISO go up as it got darker!
Figure 3, taken at 7:15 a.m., reveals the many squalls on the horizon and one much closer. 70 mm at f/ 8, 1/40 second, ISO 400.
Figure 4 shows the situation a few minutes later as the nearest squall dropped a heavy rain as it passed overhead. 200 mm at 1/50 second, ISO 800, f/ 7.1. I’d grabbed the Nikkor 70-200 mm f/ 2.8 lens by this point and shot this hand-held. The others were taken on a tripod with the Nikkor 24-70 mm f/ 2.8.