“I am not a morning person,” admitted Manchester’s Steve Rosenthal, the nationally acclaimed photographer who took this photo.  Nonetheless, here he was bright and early at Singing Beach at 5:00 a.m. to capture this breathtaking scene as the sun’s rays broke through the fog and the ocean waves rolled gently onto shore.  Over a year ago, Rosenthal was asked by William R. Cross, another Manchester resident and co-curator of Cape Ann Museum’s exquisite “Homer at the Beach: A Marine Painter's Journey, 1869-1880” exhibit to complete a series of accompanying photographs inspired by Homer’s work.  His photographs, including this one (called “Eagle Head in Morning Fog”), are on display now through December at the museum.