Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Sunrise

EDIT: Scrap all that about the three week break. This coming week's #AllSeasons linky is here.

 Finally got a decent sunrise. Not as spectacular as some, but enough colour to make me smile. As no one put their hand up to host #Allseasons, I will leave this linky open for three weeks - though my holiday plans just got cancelled with this out break so I may be around more than intended....such is life, at the moment.

Please only link one nature/seasonal post a week though, and please comment on the post before yours, if not more. Don't dump and run. I will start to delete those....


See you on the flip side, mask up and may the borders be ever in your favour!

Linking with #DND #SkyWatch


This is the new home for #AllSeasons.



1. All Seasons is open from Sunday through Wednesday midnight, Sydney Time. However for the holidays, it is open for the next three weeks.
2. Please link one post a week for the next three weeks. More than that and I will remove the additional posts.
3. Please comment on the post before yours. Don't dump and run.
 

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10 comments:

  1. Beautiful sunrise. My favorite time of day.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

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  2. Wow, what beautiful colours! You're outside of Toronto, yes?

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    1. Yes, a long, long way outside Toronto. In Australia.....:)

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  3. Superb sunset, in spectacular colors! Thank you for sharing such beauty with us!

    Have a fine day!

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  4. I love a good skyline view. Twinkling and flaming.

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  5. So beautiful! Love this sunrise photos.
    Elke from Nature Thursday

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  6. Lovely sunrise. I fear that we in the USA are becoming complacent just at the variant virus is building.

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  7. Beautiful shots, Lydia. We have been getting those fiery sunrises as well, and sure enough they bode bad weather later in the day...

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  8. I love seeing the sky when it's just beginning to color our world! Nicely captured.

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