I'm not a fan of Daylight Savings Time, which steals a morning hour from us each spring, then dumps us into darkness every autumn. We don't get to know that the summer sunrise comes at 4:45 a.m. We don't get to feel just how full and quick the day actually is. And while that extra hour of light at night is nice, the abrupt end, the rough return to real time with its endless adjustment takes a toll.
Anyway, here's today's dawn, in actual time, 6:17 a.m.. The sun broke the horizon five minutes later.