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The Best Part of Waking Up

Sherbert Sky

Is really with Folgers, or any coffee, in your cup. But if you have to get up in the morning and drive to school on a frigid morning, then what better way to arrive than with dawns early light putting on a beautiful show.  This is what I was treated to when waiting to turn into the school parking lot this morning and it really called me to take some shots.  I love the colors but I also really like the contrast from the daylight and nighttime just below the horizon.  Where it is still to dark to drive without headlights. January 4, 2012

2 Replies to “The Best Part of Waking Up”

  1. It must be sunrise ! Beautiful shot !
    I cant think of waking up at 5 am to catch that. For me, it’s easier to keep up till 6 (do party or study or whatever !) & then take such shots !

    I have very similar click. For a monent, I thought, its my home area. Caz I have a very similar click of gate, trees, clouds & …sunset 🙂

    Btway, do you know any good way to colloborate between Flickr & WordPress?

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    1. I link my Flikr account in the widget section in dashboard. There really isn’t a way to integrate one with the other that I have discovered. Thanks for liking the picture and for the comments!

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