Morning Has Broken

...and now that this doesn't happen until about 8 AM, I have a fighting chance to get some photos!

Taken from my front door (as I was only just getting up!)
A glorious morning for you to capture!! Better than we had today - wet and windy!! Lovely colours and I love the Canadian flag peeping through!! Fav!
posted October 24th, 2016  
@pamknowler I love that you inspired me to get out the big Nikon again and make bracketed photos! We'd had two days of hard rain and gale-force winds, so this was the peace that has followed! (I'm enjoying time now to blend the HDR pix as I stayed the course this morning/afternoon and cleaned and tidied two cupboard projects that were in great need!)
posted October 24th, 2016  
Wow!
posted October 24th, 2016  
Wow.... fabulous colours!
posted October 24th, 2016  
So beautiful
posted October 24th, 2016  
Lovely colours, well captured/ Fav.
posted October 24th, 2016  
Gorgeous capture of light and colors
posted October 24th, 2016  
Great shot! Love the fall colors!
posted October 25th, 2016  
very nice atmosphere!
posted October 25th, 2016  
Beautiful sunrise colour!
posted October 25th, 2016  
Ohh you should tag this songtitle-15
posted October 25th, 2016  
@joansmor Thanks, Joan! I didn't know about the challenge, but I do love this song!
posted October 25th, 2016  
Gorgeous autumn colours. Love those pops of colour from the flags.
posted October 25th, 2016  
@golftragic That's the location of the UNESCO site across the street from me. I love having the flags there...5 of them, I think... The Canadian flag gives such a nice sense of place...
posted October 25th, 2016  
@golftragic Sorry I didn't say Thanks, Marnie!
posted October 25th, 2016  
@Weezilou What UNESCO site?
posted October 25th, 2016  
Gorgeous sunrise capture! :-)
posted October 25th, 2016  
@golftragic UNESCO sites are designated by the United Nations and Lunenburg's designation is this it's the best example left in NAmerica of British Colonization. The streets are laid in a perfect grid, and it didn't matter of there was a hill or a tree in the way...they kept moving forward!
posted October 25th, 2016  
What an absolutely beautiful view from your front door! Fav
posted October 25th, 2016  
@dridsdale Thanks Debra! It helps to have a park across the street!
posted October 25th, 2016  
@Weezilou Very interesting Louise. FYI the CBD of Melbourne is laid out in a perfect N-S, E-W grid named after the city engineer at that time, Hoddle.
posted October 25th, 2016  
@golftragic ...more British colonization, it sounds like!
posted October 25th, 2016  
Lovely
posted October 25th, 2016  
fabulous light and colors ... FAV
posted October 25th, 2016  
what a glorious sight to wake up to
posted October 25th, 2016  
@cruiser It's happening out there again as I write...but I'm looking across the room at the spooks at the window! (I'm going to miss them...I love their grins!)
posted October 25th, 2016  
Beautiful!
posted October 25th, 2016  
Such a spectacular autumn morning sky! Looks like a beautiful day was on the horizon.
posted October 26th, 2016  
Love that song. The students sing it for chapel. Also love the flags, the colors, the textures, the sky, the way the foliage frames the scene. For all these reasons, I marked this a fav.
posted October 26th, 2016  
@allie912 Thank you Allison! I looked at that scene and it seemed the very essence of the joy we feel when singing that song! (The flag was a surprise gift for me when I uploaded the picture! I love that it gives the scene a sense of place!)
posted October 26th, 2016  
Amazing colors and light.
posted October 28th, 2016  
Love that song and this fits so well with it :)
posted October 29th, 2016  
Love that song!
posted October 31st, 2016  
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