Sunday, February 22, 2009

Transformation of One Morning

Yesterday morning's sunrise took on many transformations
and colors. Shades of purples and pinks to amber and gold's.
It is amazing that they come twenty-four hours before we
got rain and then snow.
There must be something to the "red skies in the morning"

I have taken so many pictures of sunrises and sunsets
to post that some may be getting tired of them and
also they have nothing to do with gardening, but I find
them fascinating and each one is different because of the
different cloud formations and the rising or setting of the
sun upon them. So please bear with me for posting another
set of pictures of a gloriously changing sunrise.


cindee said...

Beautiful pictures(-: I love sunrise and sunset. Time to grab a cup of coffee and just sit and admire!(-:

Anonymous said...

I would be snapping photos too if I had skies this beautiful--God's brush strokes.

Gardeness said...

Who would tire of looking at these? They're gorgeous. I wasn't awake earlier enough to enjoy such beauty so thanks for sharing!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Not boring at all to me! I love seeing the colors. All of nature just amazes me.

spookydragonfly said...

Absolutely stunning, Lona! I could never tire of your fantastic captures!

Cinj said...

I just love the pinks reflected on those clouds. Just gorgeous!

Kerri said...

Amazing colors, aren't they? Our sunset was beautiful pastels tonight. I have a hard time catching the sunrise. It's on the wrong side of our house.
Your photos are lovely.

Autumn Rose Crafts said...

Stunning pics! Sarah x

Barbarapc said...

Lona, the last photos look like molten gold - just lovely.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Hi Lona, I'll never get tired of looking at sky photos. Thank you so much for posting! These are beautiful but the second shot is stunning!

Anonymous said...

I never get tired of sunsets and sunrises. I post them all the time! We just don't have enough gardening to talk about this time of year anyway. I do really have a thing for two-toned flowers, especially roses. I still have that fuschia in the basement, and I'm hoping it's only dormant, not dead. We shall see when I try to wake it up in a few weeks.