Saturday, January 6, 2018

The Sky, 8:06 AM, 11/10/2016

I have been going through old photos that I took and probably planned to blog about.  I have lots of those, lol.  I came across these when I was trying to see if I had any pictures of a lovely summer sky.  Ah, to be back in July.  I awoke at 6:00 AM and saw that the outdoor thermometer said zero degrees F.  This should be our last day of frigid cold.  We are supposed to hit the 20's tomorrow. 

Here is that sky looking east.  The photos were taken within one minute.




13 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, I never see the dawn unless we're getting up to go places. One of the best parts of retirement is sleeping in.

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    1. So funny because I now wake up earlier than I ever did when I was working. Sometimes I am up at 5 - but I often am in bed by 10.

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  2. Beautiful photos. I love it when the sky is pink! Today we are a balmy 35

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  3. Beautiful dawn. I get to see the dawn for several months of the year, heading to work. Once I retire - who knows if I will ever see it again? Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  4. Your pictures are beautiful! I spent a lot of time deleting the thousands of duplicates I had. Need to make room for the next adventures. I didn't expect it, but I got my blogging energy back and really enjoying it.

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  5. Beautiful, especially that second picture.

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  6. Lovely pix Denise. Although we say Red Sky in the Morning Shepherds warning. Right now it is -16C° by the way. From our windows we see sunsets which are lovely.

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    1. In America, it is sailors take warning. Don't remember what weather followed that day. It is a balmy 18 F here, -8C.

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    2. We use both depending on where we live, country or near the sea. Red sky at night sailor's delight etc.

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  7. Wow...these photographs are beautiful! We are finally having temperatures above freezing too, and it feels downright balmy!

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  8. That second photo is dramatic and so striking. I love these but I do like the winter even the cold. Unfortunately, our pipes didn’t like the cold because they froze in the bathroom and then, Sunday night, they burst so our downstairs bathroom is done. Money we did not expect to spend

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    1. Sorry to hear about your frozen pipes.

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