Posts Tagged “sun”

Watching dawn’s arrival

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Watching dawn’s arrival

For me, it’s not always the Lonely Planet or National Geographic moments which delight my soul.

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Sheila shared this…

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William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) THE SECOND COMING Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst…

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What does the fox say?

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What does the fox say?

I love that you can see the heat rising from the sign as it warms in the morning sun.

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The Roaring Twenties

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The Roaring Twenties

A few weeks back, we planned a small gathering of friends for some winter fun. Here are some snippets from the day. Here was the invitation: We kicked things off with a hike around the lake. Which according to one of the trusty GPS carriers clocked in at 2.38 km. Immediately after the hike, we…

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Edgy.

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Edgy.

I love how things look different when the sun peeks around the corner. It’s in these moments that I often see things that I hadn’t appreciated before. This morning’s offering is just that: the sun peeking from behind the barn roof as if to see if the llamas are awake yet.

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I was initially going to be lazy and simply watch the sun rise from the comforts of the house and with a hot cuppa coffee. However, I was weak. Very weak.

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I was initially going to be lazy and simply watch the sun rise from the comforts of the house and with a hot cuppa coffee. However, I was weak. Very weak.

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Day Eighteen

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Day Eighteen

Today was a project within a project day. I wanted to catch the sun rise BEHIND Taj Mahal rather than catch the much-touted reflection off the marble. So, with Danny and Helen in tow, we negotiated two surprised and somewhat dubious rickshaw drivers – who are used to the hoard and their manoeuvres rather than…

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Friday Haiku 26

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Friday Haiku 26

hold on to the sun as the solstice approaches and the nights grow cold

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Light just right ~ giant frog in the setting sun.

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Light just right ~ giant frog in the setting sun.

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2 flowers in the sun

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2 flowers in the sun

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I love strolling through the garden with a cup of coffee while the sun is just rising on the horizon and seeing the growth :)

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I love strolling through the garden with a cup of coffee while the sun is just rising on the horizon and seeing the growth :)

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The late afternoon sun through a window at the Carbide Wilson Ruins.

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The late afternoon sun through a window at the Carbide Wilson Ruins.

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