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The Dawn is Breaking!

Looking through the garage window early one morning I was seeing a color spectacle...and I needed my camera. I opened the door, and got outside, looking through the pecan tree...turning a few degrees to look north, then west...almost giving me a 360 degree view of the sky. Red Skies in the Morning...








28 comments :

  1. Mother Nature at her finest... quite some display. Have a wonderful day.. :)

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    1. Thanks. Have a wonderful day yourself Ms.B!

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  2. Hello, what a lovely start to your day. Beautiful sunrise images. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead.

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    1. Have a great Sunday yourself Eileen!

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  3. I see this type view every morning, or almost every morning and I never get tired of the beauty, so pretty and the best way to welcome the day...

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    1. I'm liking this cooler weather...makes better sunrises.

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  4. Breathtaking! Early morning is THE most beautiful time of the day

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous Anni,
    I will admit to losing my mojo last week but I think as it tried to fly away Angel Madi gave it an attitude adjustment and sent it back. I shall carry on in some shape and form
    Hugs you 3 Cecilia

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    1. ...and that Angel will continue to be by your side!!

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  6. Gorgeous! And to think, you didn't even have to leave the house!

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    1. I know. I'm usually gone by sunrise.

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    1. Yes...but I had nothing to do with it! All created by the master artist.

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  8. Stunning red skies, for sure! And in case you didn't see my reply to your question, there are no other Senior Trailblazers who blog, but one person does put pictures up on Facebook. :-)

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  9. Red in the morning, sailors take warning. Did you get rain later in the day? That's a pretty view through the trees and I really like the last picture.

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  10. Gorgeous! Any of these would make a magnificent painting!

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  11. Wow - what a gorgeous scene!

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  12. Not sure what it is about sun set or raises
    But I enjoy them
    Coffee is on

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  13. Hi Anni no storm damage here but oh my goodness did our coast get it.
    Our daughter and SIL live on the coast. Their home is structurally ok but it has some wind driven water damage. Adjuster was out on Saturday. Long tedious repairs await including a new wood floor.
    Hugs to you 3
    Cecilia

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    1. That's too bad. At least they have insurance...so many people don't 'cause the premiums are so high.

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  14. Ok, get out those oil chalk pastels - yellow, orange and red - and paint your view! It's been a long time since we have had such colorful sunrises! Washing out again here.... :—/

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