91 thoughts on “Dawn’s blush

      1. It gets harder, and harder for me to capture sunrise as the days lengthen 🙂 That’s one of the many things I love about winter – seeing the sunrise!


  1. These images are absolutely breathtaking. There is something about those late winter sunrises, as the light increases. I took some marvelous dawn pictures the other day as well, but my views these days are obstructed by houses and trees. At times I miss the stunning vistas from my white house.;)
    Have a great weekend,


  2. I love the colours! Dawn’s blush, indeed! It’s so beautiful. Thank you for sharing, strangely I’m so touched by the pictures I can’t get away from this page 🙂


  3. What drama that amazing color adds to the sky and the scenery below! Absolutely gorgeous. And doesn’t that bird house enjoy a primo piece of real estate? 🙂


  4. First, thanks for stopping by my blog. 🙂

    Your blog is lovely. All the pictures are interesting and peaceful with soft colors. You sure do live in a nice place for picture taking.


  5. I’m amazed that you have the fortitude to get out there and take photos in the early morning….must be brrr cold, but so worth it.



  6. Hello LadyFi, You found and visited me via Hilary, and now, here I am at your place! I’ve scrolled down through your posts to see your awesome photography. Whenever I find myself stopping to absorb, I know that I’ve found something peaceful, natural, and lovely.


  7. Those pinks that you get in your photos look great Fi. Is that the way it is or have you enhanced the pictures with the colour? They look wonderful! – Dave


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