where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 19, 2013 § 30 Comments
Tagged: beginnings, dawn, hope, landscape, morning, mountains, promise, sunrise
This view reminds me of what I see, and how it makes me feel, as I drive to work each day. I am so glad that you helped me find your site. I love to visit, to discover what beauty you’ve seen now. What a rare and wonderful talent you have for spare words and quirky, inspired glimpses of the world.
Thank you so much for your kind words.
I slept in a bit, so thanks for the sunrise!!
Perfect title for a beautiful photo
MMmmm . . . my favorite time of the day.
Excellent! I love the sky “layers”.
gorgeous…I rarely see the sunrise so enjoy your photo!
Your photos are always reflect peace.
What a great morning shot!
A very relaxing photo!
Such delicate colours!
My favorite colors.
gorgeous photo, very nice caption.
Looks like the western sunrise to me. Lovely.
Love your photo “vignettes” of the natural world!
Perfect sky scene! It relaxes me just looking at your picture.
What a beautiful moment!
Beautiful and peaceful and hopeful. Lovely blog. Thank you!
Very calming picture!
Reblogged this on Lead Our Lives and commented:
At a time in our history as a nation when hope is in relative short supply, a simple sunrise reminds us of new beginnings…and hope. Thank you leaf and twig. beautiful…and hopeful.
[...] Morning’s Color. [...]
Perfect title !!!!This is so calming,,,, Thanks you for liking my Painting !!! * Cynthia
All praise be to God for painting this magnificent scene!
An image that fills the heart with optimism and hope..
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