Early Morning Whim

Long shadows.

Empty streets.
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Silent paths.
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Cold light.
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Until the sun tipped her chalice
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to pour forth gold.
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Comments

  1. The soft tone of morning light, lovely!

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  2. I love gardens in the morning. The low angle of the sun, especially in winter, gives everything a different look.

    (Yes, I even like spending mornings in the garden in the winter. So quiet, so crisp.)

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    1. Where there is a large open area, the long shadows that cross it are marvelous.

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  3. I should make an effort to get up early! Beautiful.

    Where was the third photo taken? Looks like the Huntington.

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    1. No that's my back yard...yeah, right. Yes, the Huntington.

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  4. Gorgeous photos dear Hoover, early morning is my favourite time of the day.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  5. Beautiful words and pictures. Morning sun in the garden is magical! (Really, sun any time of the day this time of year is pretty special in these parts.)

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  6. I love that first photo with the agave and its shadows. Looking back through your posts, it seems that things have responded to the rains, and I hope things will be more normal for you on that front in the coming year.

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    1. Thanks, Les. We keep hoping the drought will finally ease.

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  7. Almost enough to make an early riser of me...almost.

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    1. There's always sunset instead of sunrise! Not everyone is a morning person.

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