where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 12, 2013 § 32 Comments
Morning rushes in
promising a rosy day.
Tagged: landscape, morning, optimism, pine trees, pink, promises, sky, sunrise
Red sky in the morning: shepherd’s warning.
Red sky at night: shepherd’s delight!
What a beautiful pic! I love it when the sky is like that!!!
Beautiful rosy sky.
Saw a somewhat similar sunset tonight in Melbourne. Nice tree silhouettes too:)
Sailors take warning. There is going to be rain.
Whether delight or warning , it’s the welcoming of a new day. Thanks
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Thank you for sharing this beauty.
Beautiful image. You’ve captured the color at what seems like just the right moment.
Oh what a GORGEOUS photo! You’re an inspiration.
Sunsets are one of my favourite things but I rarely ever see a sunrise…when I do they usually are more pink, similiar to this …the sunsets I see are most often orange/yellow with only a hint of pink…stunning shot!!!
Looks like an Arkansas sky.. Very nice.
What a beautiful way to start the day
Fantastic sky and photo! Thanks for sharing!
Isn’t it wonderful when you take the shot at exactly the right moment?
Thank you again for stopping by my blog and wow what a stunning sky! As others have said we usually photograph sunsets but sunrise is equally spectacular!
Another stunning photograph of natural beauty from you. I nominated you for this small online award, if you’d like to add the details/ image to your site the details are here:
Really like this!
We say “red sky at night, shepherds delight,
Red sky in the morning, Sailors warning!”
A beautiful poen and photo x I hope you had a rosy day!
a sky which needs no words
Sublime and serene – so lovely.
Very nice! Look forward to seeing more of such shots.
Incredible colors and the silhoutted trees are lovely.
a very pretty photo and lovely words
Can’t get enough of the sun rise. Thanks for this beautiful example!
Beautiful photograph. Thank you for posting it and for visiting my site. All the best to you.
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