DAWN, DUSK, AND NIGHT

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:
Sunset to Sunrise (including nighttime photography)


And because I like to keep an even keel, I’ve given you one of each!

Sunrise in Vermont
Sunset in Arizona
Night in Uxbridge

 

BRIGHT HORIZONS

HORIZON – THE SKY ABOVE THE LINE OF THE EARTH


My favorite horizon is sunrise, but sunset is pretty good too. Anywhere where the sky meets the earth is a horizon. Clear away the buildings and the trees, and there it is.

DAWN AND DARK – CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Four Letter Words Starting With D


Dawn of the day
Dancing in the dark

ORDINARY DAWN

Every year in March, we get glorious sunrises. It only occurs for a week or two and only in March. This morning, I woke up, lifted the shade and there it was. That glorious, gold and lavender morning sky … which remarkably means it will most likely rain later in the day. Still for the half an hour, it is exceptional and heart-lifting.

ORDINARY DAWN | THE DAILY POST


It’s an ordinary spring day in an ordinary year. Which is why, an eighth of a second after I posted this, I looked up and it was snowing. Garry grabbed the camera and ran for the door. It wasn’t snowing hard. Not really much at all, but for all of you who keep insisting that we are experiencing Spring, no — we aren’t! You can see the snow. If you look hard.

I titled the folder “The Absolutely Last Snow.”

Absolutely last snow – Photo: Garry Armstrong

ORANGE AND BLACK – THURSDAY’S SPECIAL

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: LE ROUGE ET LE NOIR


Orange and black

Conveniently taken from my back porch, this is the sunrise over the woods.

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RED, WHITE, AND EARLY LIGHT – TEXTURE: A PHOTO A WEEK CHALLENGE

A Photo a Week Challenge: Texture


A flash of red wings and a grab a shot of the fresh snow and a red wing in the forsythia hedge. So many different textures ... and so early in the morning!
A flash of red in the corner of my eye. I grab the snapshot of fresh snow with a scarlet wing in the forsythia hedge. The cardinal is back. There are so many different textures in this little area … and it was barely past dawn.