A splash of pale pink adds a dash of colour to an otherwise grey and white early morning landscape.
I live in a very flat part of the world. Elevation changes could be measured in centimeters or inches. This cluster of silos is over four kilometers from where I was. Although it was a little hazy, it was easy to see some details.
Before today, only four days this month had been mostly sunny. This mornings’ lovely dawn promised that today would be Day 5.
The promise was fulfilled. I was, am, very grateful.
This looks grainy, or out of focus. The focus is on the snowflakes in the foreground; a snow shower was ongoing and caught against a bright background.
I was fortunate to see the rising sun briefly appear above the horizon before disappearing behind a deck of clouds.
As the molten white sun rises, a phragmites head waves in the morning breeze.
I was fortunate to be able to stop and take in lovely dawn.
A brilliant late fall dawn graced this morning. It was most welcome, after a snowfall and two cloudy mornings.
As we neared the end of this years commercial tomato harvest, one of the last untouched tomato fields was opened up by this combination of a tractor/harvester (harvester obscured) and tractor/dump wagon combination.
The sun breaks over the horizon.
It’s good to be alive, to see such a spectacle.