Celebrating Dawn

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droplets on long grass

 fairy lights joyfully strewn

celebrating dawn

Dawn Sunburst

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18 Comments on “Celebrating Dawn

  1. Beautiful words – they really are like fairy lights. I will always think of it this way now if I’m up at dawn. Thanx 🙂

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  2. The dew drops seem to wait to be captured…..lovely Louise…. How early did you have to be here to capture this?

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    • Thank you, Gina. I love capturing dew drops in morning light. 🙂 Dawn was at about 5.15 that morning so I got up at about 4.30 to make sure I was there on time! I can only manage that by sleeping on the sofa rather than going to bed! 😀
      I’ll try to drop by your blog sometime soon. Sorry it’s been a while – I’ve visited hardly anyone recently. July was a CampNaNo month so I was trying to focus on my writing. Then I somehow lost a pile of my photographs for July’s Changing Seasons post and had to spend ages sorting out new ones. Hopefully I’ll be able to get back to normal now that’s all sorted out.

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      • Sometimes you just need to do that….focus on the writing. I have been so busy lately I have fallen behind writing and reading the blogs too. Don’t fret come visit whenever you can. Too bad on the lost photos…..its happened to me before and I was so heartbroken.

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    • It was a very golden morning! I’m looking forward to seeing Autumn arrive – it’s my favourite time of year. 🙂

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    • Thanks, PJ. It was a lovely morning, even though it was threatening rain the whole time I was out! Luckily I managed to snap lots of pictures in the dawn light before the clouds hid the sun. 🙂

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