Monday, November 2, 2009

November Sunrise

This morning, the sky looked like this:
which turned into this
later on.

I thought I’d share the view with you, before the “monsoon” season starts.

11 comments:

Gannet Girl said...

So beautiful!

KBL 2 ORD 2 SAN 2 LUV said...

Do you ever pinch yourself and wonder if it is real? What a breathtaking start to your day. You are blessed!

Busy Bee Suz said...

What a wonderful way to start your day. So tell me more about your monsoon season. I remember when we lived in AZ we had a few monsoons. They came out of nowhere...rain, wind. Just crazy. Is that the same for you?

karen gerstenberger said...

I never stop being thankful for the view, and I don't take it for granted...it rains so many days of the year here, and is not very warm, so I have learned to notice the good times.
Having said that, it's not a REAL monsoon, Suz. We natives call it that, tongue in cheek, because we have SO MUCH rainfall from Nov. to April. There are beautiful (dry) days, and beautiful (dry) moments in the winter, but there are lots of times when the rest of the country is wearing shorts and t-shirts, and we are still in fleece & clogs!

Karla said...

That is beautiful. Mandi'll be jelous.

ChiTown Girl said...

Absolutely stunning!!

Kay said...

Such beautiful pics... but hearing your description of it in the comments makes me a little less jealous (she says while wearing shorts and a tee shirt)! LOL

Elizabeth said...

If it wasn't for all that rain that you get, I would move up there in a jiffy. How blessed you are to have that view. And I love that you photograph it so often. I'm thinking you should do a little blog project of that exact view each morning so that we could see the changes.

Karen said...

All that glorious beauty--so very promising, inspiring, and healing. I am so glad you have that, even if the rain comes with it.

PS-thank you for your comments about my son. I am trying to find out where he is in that picture and will post it once I know.

Renee said...

Karen thank you so much for giving me that information. It is so true.

I have always been the type of person who says what I mean and I can't imagine how hard it would be to try to hold things together.

I love you for your kindness and comfort in your very own time of great sorrow.

You, Karen, are a wonderful and dear friend.

Love Renee xoxo

Lakeland Jo said...

fabulous pics- beautiful