Actually, no. It just makes me want to sit in silence and breathe it all in.
Exquisite photo. I agree with H, it makes me sigh deeply and smile sweetly. By the way, have I told you how very much I love your header photo? ~karen
This is absolutely beautiful, Cheryl. So serene. Thank goodness you were there to capture this image for us, because I hate getting up before twilight, and haven't seen a sunrise in...well, since shortly after meeting one of Vlad the Impaler's comsorts at a dance at his house of Draculati in 1436.
love morning has broken. first heard of it in the church in Canada.
gorgeous to me!
by the dawns early light....beautiful capture, would be pretty cool to be out on the water as it was coming up...i could just fall into that pic cheryl
Oh my, that could be us going out fishing...we are usually on the water just before the sun comes up. This is a beautiful photo. I am loving all the musical references today...all my favorites ;)
Morning has indeed broken! Gorgeous, Cheryl.
Beautiful! I love watching the sun rise over water! Then again I love watching the sun set over water too.
Your breaking dawn photo is breathtaking!
you took a 'negative' prompt and made it so peaceful.
so cool, what a lovely photo for a lovely song. very creative. xxo
That's the sunrise Cat Stevens must have seen when he wrote this song. Beautiful. And just think. In a month that'll be covered in snow.
As soon as I saw that photo, I IMMEDIATELY started singing, "Morning has broken..." BEFORE I saw you posted the YouTube video!!
What a stunning photo! Just glorious!
This photo is beautiful, Cheryl. It looks like home.
I remember Cat Steven... God I m getting old! The pic is awesome- I love the contrast of the sky and water!
That is a beautiful photo. Way prettier than Cat Stevens.
Yusif/Cat only sang it. I was surprised to learn that this hymn was written back in the 30s by Eleanor Farjeon at the request of a local vicar.I can't believe you used the "S" word. GAH! Keep it up there or send it to Meleah. She likes that crap too.
Thanks Ziva. I'm confused. How can this look like home when there's not a drop of rain in sight. ;-)
That's pretty much what I did. When it's not overcast, foggy, or raining, the early morning and early evening light has been beautiful. The clouds have been an added bonus by helping make every clear sunrise and sunset breathtaking.
I didn't know that. I checked Wikipedia and sure enough, you're right. Of course you are. Rick Wakeman played piano on the song.And who said I liked snow? I was just stating the obvious.
For most of my 20s I was a researcher for a couple of different companies. As much fun as it is to dig into things, I rarely remember what I learned when the next idea comes around.I didn't think you liked snow any more than I do. I was really surprised to see you using that confounded word so early.
I WANT TO BE THERE!!!
Well, I never knew that Eleanor Farjeon was the original author so who ever said that you couldn't learn something from this 30 Days of Photographs insanity?
Cheryl, this is a stunning shot! And I had all but forgotten that Cat Stevens got all spiritual and changed his name.
Our kids are supposed to be having an inter-house rounders tournament today, to top off a term of work. Looking at the damp, grey conditions outside, I'm dubious as to whether it's going to happen :(
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