“Dauen: To become day, grow light in the morning”

In one of those coincidences in time where PeggyJoan was addressing sunset and sunrise yesterday, I was up earlier than usual thanks to Steffi deciding she wanted to go out before 7…way before 7. As I stepped onto the porch, the sky was so vividly red I thought it was on fire [which these days seems imminently possible]. Now as I had Steffi’s bowl in one hand, and Steffi dancing at my feet, I could not run back in to grab the camera. As soon as she wolfed down her food and I let her into the back yard, I made a mad dash for it.

There is much to be said for greeting the day before everything mucks it all up. Ya’ll all enjoy your day now, ya hear?

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13 Responses to “Dauen: To become day, grow light in the morning”

  1. Betty says:

    Beautiful pictures! What a great way to start the day. My favorite is the one with orange in the middle. Great job capturing these moments!

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  2. You captured that amazing light!

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  3. peggyjoan42 says:

    Simply Beautiful my dear. You have captured the sunrise the way I do – with picture after picture. It amazes me how the sunrise can change so much from minute to minute. I do love being outside in the morning taking pictures and knowing no one is out of bed yet to muck up my precious, quiet moments.

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  4. Beth says:

    January sunrises always seem so soft and gentle even when their colors are brilliant.

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