Beautiful … happy Summer Solstice!
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Thanks, Denise! I hope you have a wonderful summer, especially not too hot.
Pretty in pink. I didn’t realize today marks the solstice.
It didn’t occur to me until I started processing the shots and noted the date.
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Thank you, Yolanda!
I wondered what you were capturing when I noticed the sky this morning. Beautiful!
You had more confidence than I did, Eliza. I almost didn’t make it out of the house. 🙂 Thanks!
Beautiful. I am looking forward to earlier sunrises in my part of the world.
Thanks! Conversely, I am looking forward to later ones, Ann. I must be getting old, three o’clock all of a sudden seems early and I am groggy which I never used to be.
Three o’clock is early, friend! (Or, very, very late — depending.)
Early in my case. Today it was two. Having reached old man status I have to get up at night more frequently and quite often after the second trip cannot get back to sleep.I do take afternoon naps in the recliner with my beagle which makes Bentley a happy pup.
Beautiful – a great start to the day! Happy solstice! 🙂
Thanks and Happy Solstice to you too, Ann! Getting up early feels a bit better when this is what greets you.
Very Nice Steve! Enjoyed seeing it!
Better an alliterate than an illiterate, always — but be cautious, and read those titles aloud to hear how they scan. Sometimes, rearranging the words, or using one or two fewer, could make the phrase more appealing. I learned that lesson back at Weather Underground, when they had community blog pages and every year we’d have a contest called “The Alliteroff”!
I thought it worked but I am not the most poetic of writers. How do you think it would have been better? “Silent Sunday Summer Solstice Sunrise”?
I tried various combinations and decided that, for me, it’s too many words. I would have gone with Silent Solistice Sunrise, or Summer Solstice Sunrise, but that’s sheer preference, not a matter of ‘write or wrong’!
I usually only have two or three but at times I try to see how many I can string together. Too much of a good thing.
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