This sunrise did not look like much as I prised open one eye
and cast it out the window.
I left my nice warm bed anyway and by the time I had my
fleecy dressing gown on and braved the dewy morning,
it had assumed some colour
so I got a little trigger-happy and snapped away until the sun rose.
The more I snapped, the more the colours changed and grew
and the number of shots grew as well
so, I'll be showing different aspects of this one event
over a few weeks.
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spectacular! well worth getting up for. :)ReplyDelete
I loved your sunrise photos Arija, I enlarged each one and oh my, just gorgeous! Wishing you a great weekend :)ReplyDelete
A beautiful way to start the day.ReplyDelete
Such beauty, here in my world we continue grey colorless skies.ReplyDelete
It was nice stopping by and catching up.
love and light Anna
No such thing as "just another sunrise"...each is different and beautiful and worth recording :-) Lovely!ReplyDelete
Fantastic captures of your breathtaking skies and what a glorious way to begin your day, Arija!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you got yourself up and outside -- beautiful sky! I've been a little lazy lately about getting up and outside, so I appreciate your sunrises even more than ever.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous sunrise views.ReplyDelete
Dressing gown photography at its best! Gorgeous shots.ReplyDelete
Wonderful sunrise photos!A good start in a new day!Have a nice weekend,Arija!ReplyDelete
Well worth getting up for and excellent sequence of images, Arija! Thanks for your profound comment on my post today. This is exactly what I believe that little boy needs. I hope you don't mind if I use your comment on a follow-up post about the progress being made with him. Thanks for your prayers too, dear Arija.Blessings and (((hugs))) JoReplyDelete
What a stunning start to your day - just gorgeous captures Arija; thanks for sharing and for stopping by my blog. (Yes, the face of Adelaide is certainly undergoing significant "surgery" in a number of ways!)ReplyDelete
With a glorious sunrise greeting like this I'd have snapped away in the 100s.ReplyDelete
Stunning. I am so glad that you were rewarded for getting out of your nice warm bed - and am looking forward to more photos from this series.ReplyDelete
Great photos, and beautiful colours of the sunrise. What a lovely start of the day :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit and comment.
Have a happy weekend.
The beautiful color of the sky is worth waking up early!ReplyDelete
Beautiful subtle colorsReplyDelete
this is wonderful shots. So soft and glowing. Glad you got up so I can see it too. :)ReplyDelete
Lovely colors. Happy sky watching.ReplyDelete
Lovely pastel coloured sky. Happy SWF!ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots with great colors in the sky.ReplyDelete
If the rest of the day was as good as the start, it must have been a great day, I think.
Whoosh, like sweetness to the morning soul! I never see morning skies like this and so I shall enjoy your own. Hugs~ReplyDelete
Beautiful time shots. Isn't it interesting to watch how quickly the sky changes at sunrise and sunset? Those are such special times. genieReplyDelete
A beautiful sunrise.ReplyDelete
Those are some beautiful pictures!ReplyDelete
Wow! Such amazing colors ~ Wonderful capture of sunrise for Sky Watch ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting and commenting .
That's a beautiful sunrise. I like it when I can watch the sky change like you did.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the snap shots of this beautiful sunrise!ReplyDelete
WOOOW, a beautiful sky :0)ReplyDelete
The colors are stunning! Am glad you kept your camera clicking:)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous skies. I would have stayed in my pj's drinking some coffee never wanting the moment to end. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
A beautiful pastel sky, very nice shots!ReplyDelete
Spectacular sunrise! Well worth being up early. As I was looking at these photos, I glanced down again at your previous post, and was struck with the photo of all your white birds in the tree. Yesterday at Creamer's Field I took some photos of a bunch of white birds in the treetops too, only these were a bit smaller. The Snow Buntings are migrating through right now, and I happened to be right near the trees when they flew up and landed. My post and yours are both of a big flock of white birds, but the surroundings are so very different--and so many many miles between them!ReplyDelete
Isn't it odd Elaine, how on opposite sides of the world and in opposite seasons we both are given the same close up opportunity to enjoy and photograph a massed effect of white birds. An unexpected and strange synchronicity of event and of feeling. I am so glad we are in synch.Delete
It is good to know that we are not alone in this world, even if far removed by distance.
Thanks for coming back and letting me know.
Gorgeous shades of pink!ReplyDelete
Wow, it was worth getting up from the warm bed. :DReplyDelete
Wow..these are beautiful paintings in the sky!ReplyDelete
Arija, this is just glorious!ReplyDelete