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Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Every day a million miracles begin at sunrise! Eric Jerome Dickey





One of the only benefits of going off daylight savings time is I see more of the sunrise. Yesterday's was truly beautiful, setting the sky ablaze.

Sometimes the smallest joy can set your outlook for the day.

In a short post, I'm loving nature this week. Both in the sky and on land. All around me.

What are you loving?

No filters, just with my phone (and not doing justice to the colours and blazing glow). Linking with #NaturesNotes

There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.– Jo Walton


15 comments:

  1. That sunrise is amazing! Very firey looking! Early morning is my favourite time of day ... for the sunrises and for the bird songs. #TeamLovinLife

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  2. So beautiful. I saw the sun rise a few days ago but rarely am awake then. (Well I'm often awake but trying to get back to sleep.) I have a few friends who take pics of the sunrise each day and I always look for those before I do anything. (Jo Tracey is one!)

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  3. Wow, that is absolutely stunning, especially with no filters!

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  4. This is the negative of being retired. Sunrise is never seen...loving so many of my friends' Instagrams of sunrise in Sydney of late. Lovely! Denyse x

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  5. ...and often end with a million miracles at sunset and more miracles in between. Thanks for stopping by. Keep enjoying nature.

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  6. I've never been one for sunrises but I sure enjoy sunsets (and pictures of sunrises!), Your photos are awesome.

    Thanks for joining and making My Corner of the World a success!

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  7. What stunning captures I liked your post, we don't get much chances to get photos like that in London we rarely get a cloudless sky heheh!

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  8. Oh my! That is a breathtaking sunrise - absolutely amazing.
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/05/on-retreat-in-washington-dc.html

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  9. So many pennies from heaven! We just have to put ourselves out there so that we can catch them. Great post!

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  10. WOW! What a gorgeous sunrise!! I never get up early enough to witness one though.

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  11. Wow that's incredible! I love sunrises and sunsets though I do tend to see more of the latter!

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  12. Quite a theatrical sunrise! Beautiful and majestic...
    Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme, Lydia.

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  13. Your advice to not miss sunset and sunrise apparently has been my mantra without knowing!...jp

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  14. The colors of the sky are amazing and it makes me smile to see them...

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