Last Friday I rose at dawn to catch the train to Melbourne
to spend 3 days with my sister in hospital. The morning
the colours deepening and painting the sky
by the time they had fully coloured the sky, I was up and
ready to leave for the 8 1/2 hr train ride.
I am back now but in not too fit a state for blogging. Please
excuse it if I don't manage to visit your particular blog. I hope
the time will come again when I can engage fully again with
the blogging community.
Show the wonders of your skies and join SkyWatch!
What an amazing burning colors! Somehow the sunrises fascinate me more than sunsets, the same things going different time-lines... Beautiful sky!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous skies. Take time and rest,but I do hope you will be back here again soon.ReplyDelete
Such a glorious sunrise.ReplyDelete
Please take care of yourself.
Glorious, worth getting up for!ReplyDelete
i hope your sister is doing okay and that you, yourself, can catch up on rest!ReplyDelete
Dear Arija, I prayed for you and your sister this morning. You're a very special person to make such a long journey to be with her in her time of need. Just you rest and we'll still be here when you feel like reconnecting again. Blessings, JoReplyDelete
What stunning vibrant colors across your sky. Great shots.ReplyDelete
Beautiful images of your wonderful sunrise.ReplyDelete
Take care, this is a stressful time.ReplyDelete
We had an amazing sunset last night due to the fires that were lit around us during the week.
Sydney - City and Suburbs
Arija, these images are so rich in depth of colour, as if they had been painted by Him, just for you, to give you peace as you traveled to visit your beloved sister. It cannot have been easy. Always so very difficult when our loved ones are ill, especially with what your sister is having to go through and you living so far from her. You are lifted up in my thoughts dear one~ReplyDelete
Stunning morning skies Arija - certainly the best part of the day. Take care. xxReplyDelete
hope your sister is betterReplyDelete
Beautiful colours in your sky.ReplyDelete
Sydney - City and Suburbs
So beautiful sunrises, it's looks burning, love the colors..ReplyDelete
It has been very windy here in Ohio yesterday and today. It is also very wet and cold. The leaves are falling. The sky is a dark winter gray color. I can't seem to stay warm.ReplyDelete
Nothing here as pretty as your two photos.
I enjoyed my visit to your blog.
Hello Arija! I do wish your sister well and my thoughts and prayers are with you both. Your sky photos are just stunning. Gorgeous photos, take care and happy skywatching!ReplyDelete
Oh my this is a very stunning sunrise I have seen!ReplyDelete
What vibrant colours!! Hope your sister is better now!!ReplyDelete
For the love of family, we have to do a sacrifice. Worth getting up early to sea the beauty of the skies.ReplyDelete
Take time to rest.
Gorgeous, amazing skies and fantastic captures as always, Arija! I know this is a difficult time for you and your family! Holding good thoughts for you all! Take care! Much love to you!ReplyDelete
Your sunrise was spectacular and you captured it so well. Take the time you need Arija, your blogging community is always here.ReplyDelete
Smiles and blessings
Hi there - thought I'd drop past after seeing you comment on Sylvia K's blog.ReplyDelete
Hope things get better for your sister.
Visit when you have time - my blogs not going anywhere.
Cheers - Stewart M.
Hope your sister is OK.ReplyDelete
What marvellous colours in the sky!
Unless I’ve misunderstood, I know what it’s like visiting sisters in hospitals. I’ve been through that. I am wishing good healthy outcomes to you and your family. Your dawn photos are lovely … although similar to sunsets, there is a cooler shade of red in the mornings.ReplyDelete
what beautiful, blazing skies you awoke to and I'm happy that you captured the drama to share with us. I hope your sister is recovering and on the mend. that's a long train ride. take good care Arija. happy day to you.ReplyDelete
wow, that´s a stunning sunrise. :)ReplyDelete
What a blazing sky, the kind that makes you catch your breath.ReplyDelete
Goodness, that is a very long train ride. But worth every inch. Thinking of you and your sister. xoxoxo
Those are gorgeous skies, great captures. Skies like this are rare.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colours to start a day with, best wishes for your sister and family.ReplyDelete
The sky rewarded you for your love and caring. Take care, you are loved by many.ReplyDelete
Again you have captured a glorios sunrise! I hope your sister is recovering fast.ReplyDelete
i am just a visitor here becouse i am not sure how to partisipate. my english is not well and my fotos are of a beginer. but i enjoy your blog.
hope your sister i ok,
Gorgeous views of the sky. I just love the colors.ReplyDelete
Dear Aria, I hope that your sister is feeling better and that she will soon recover completely. I understand how stressful time you’ve been going through but I hope you know how to cope with it and think about yourself too.ReplyDelete
Amazing colors of the sky at dawn; it looks magical. Wonderful photos, indeed!
The colour is spectacular, Arija! WOW!ReplyDelete
I hope you'll be feeling stronger soon.
Arija -- my thoughts are with you as are virtual hugs. I expect that the sunrise was the good part of a sad day and I am sorry. I hope it is a sign of hope.ReplyDelete
(Do not feel guilty about not visiting our blogs -- you have other things to do now and we have all been there to some degree or other (or we will be) and we all understand.)
wonderful colours in your sky. Hoping you sister is on the road to full recovery,ReplyDelete
Gill in Canada
sending prayers your way Arija...I too am going through some complicated, upsetting family stuff. Take good care of yourself and keep looking for those beautiful sunrises and sunsets as sustenance.ReplyDelete
The skies are unbelievably wonderfully coloured!ReplyDelete
I hope that you will soon be recovered, Arija.
i have always wanted to capture skies like these but havent been able to. fantastic sky shots!ReplyDelete
My Third Eye
Hi Arija these skies are simply breathtaking. How are you and your sister?ReplyDelete
I hope your sister recovers soon. I'm late getting here as I was ill last week.