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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

View From the Patio




This is what I woke up to this morning. I ran outside to snap a photo before the pinks and blues faded into a sunny almost spring day.

See you later in the day, if you click on the photos they enlarge.

Gail

8 comments:

  1. Very nice sunrise pictures! Those cold mornings produce some good ones!

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  2. Dave,

    It was so lovely I didn't notice the cold on my bare feet!

    Gail

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  3. i have been admiring these last few day of sunrises. so glad you noticed too! it was freezing this morning though! had to watch from inside the house.

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  4. Tina,

    I didn't notice but later when I went outside fully dressed I wondered if the temperature had dropped. I was so distracted by the beauty. Glad you saw it too.

    Gail

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  5. Gail ... great pictures !
    I love sunrises .. the colour of the sky is amazing .. and I didn't notice the cold when I was taking pictures those mornings either .. we are just so in love with how the sky looks !
    I even stepped barefoot in the snow to grab Sophie when she put her paws on the deck .. now that is a little crazy .. haha
    Joy

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  6. Joy,

    I never let my cat outside, too many coyotes and a busy street...so I would probably run barefoot in the snow, too.

    I do love the sky.

    Gail

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  7. Gorgeous! It's a shame, but I'm usulayy so busy running around getting the kids ready for school I forget to stop and take the time to notice the beauty in nature.

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  8. cinj,

    We are empty nesters and have the time again. Though, I miss having my son around.

    I don't want to give you any bromides about how you will have time in the future.... but I want to acknowledge that parenting takes a lot of sacrifice.

    Your kids are lucky you are so involved in their lives.
    gail

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