Although the sun had technically risen, from Fernwood Beach, it hadn’t yet risen above Galiano Island. So this area was still in a twilight state.
In my mind’s eye the dock railings are a bright ‘government-dock’ red. They started that way but haven’t been repainted for a few years. A closer look in daylight confirms the railings are a faded, almost pinkish-red colour now.
The sky colours are more intense during civil twilight* than they are after sunrise, as shown in the above photo taken from Fernwood Pier.
There’s a beam of light in the sky and reflected in the water; apparently this is called a sun pillar. And to the right, an aging condensation trail from a high flying jet.
* definitions about the three twilights at Wikipedia