Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Unruly Sun

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A
frosty
November
morning. The sun
opens a sleepy
eye to peep from under
fleecy rose-flecked blankets at
the waking day - then promptly pulls
the covers back up over his head.
(Oh how I wish that luxury were mine!)

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24 comments:

  1. It wasn't mine this morning either, up late watching the election and up early 5:20, to get youngest up for school.Yuck!
    Hugs to you,
    Meredith

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    1. And the sun stayed in bed the entire day. At least I got to see the colourful bit!

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  2. I got up hoping my skies would be that beautiful and colorful this morning, but no such luck. So extra big thank yous for sharing yours!

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  3. Bare bones against the raspberry and lavender sky. My, what a morning.

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    1. That was the most attractive part of the day - the rest was all grey and cheerless. November. :)

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  4. Incredible colors! how unreal... and beautiful.

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    1. Very beautiful - and luckily for us, very common in Fall and Spring. :)

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  5. "Fleecy rose-flecked blankets"! What a lovely description for a near-winter morning! Lovely photo, Sure!

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    1. Thanks, Sandra! Saw it out the window and stuck my head out the door to snap it. (You know how it is.) :)

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  6. Purple sky in the morning means ... I had to ran out of the house and take a photograph, too. :-) so beautiful. Have a nice day! Regula

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    1. Thanks, Regula! Have a great weekend. :)

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  7. Gorgeous photo.

    Equally gorgeous descriptive words.

    :-))))))

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    1. Thanks, Auntie! A bit tongue-in-cheek too (the words I mean). :)

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  8. A beautiful photo and lovely sentiments Sue.......here's hoping you could stay under the covers just a little longer this weekend.

    CLaire :}

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    1. Yes, I did, and it was wonderful. Cold weather makes me really appreciate those warm blankets. :)

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  9. I've been so absent from the blogging world I'd forgotten about this poetry form. As usual, you do it beautifully - your words are a perfect match for the picture and evoke a whole world of emotion.

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