My World Tuesday: Second-growth Sunrise

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This weekend I spent a lot of time finding my way through and around second-growth trees in search of a clear Skywatch photo. I did not succeed. Why should I? This is Connecticut. It is what it is. There are fewer wide-open vistas in my corner of Connecticut than there are opportunities to look way up. If I ever find that wide-open space, I'll find myself wishing for the trees that make home what it is.

My World Tuesday

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  1. Actually, the sun is rather pretty shining through the trees!

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  2. Anonymous4:36 PM

    Well trees make a wonderful natural framing for the sun. Have a blessed week.

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  3. That's a really lovely photo for MyWorld - love the sun through the trees.

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  4. Love the photo of the sun through your trees Sandy.

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  5. Amazing, the warmth of that winter sky! The trees just add to the beauty.

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  6. Anonymous5:53 PM

    The sun shining through the density and tangles of the earth brings hope and a sense of peace to the world.

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  7. Sandy: There certainly are a lot of trees in your area.

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  8. i think the viewing the sun thru the trees enhances the power of the photo. It adds a feeling of warmth and contentment.

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  9. I've never been to Connecticut, but I envy you your trees. I've read *about* Connecticut however(thanks to Howard Fast). Thanks for sharing so many beautiful views of it!

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  10. Well this is my kind of world, sunlight and nature a sense of well being.

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  11. You learn something new every day. Thanks for sharing such a great photo with us.

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  12. A very beautiful sun among the trees. Happy Tuesday.

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  13. Anonymous8:24 PM

    Be careful what you wish for :) I like this photo, very dramatic, and essence of your world.

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  14. Anonymous8:26 PM

    That is a beautiful photo Sandy :) Thank you so much for stopping by earlier and your well wishes. They are very appreciated :)

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  15. How well I remember those tangles of woods! I enjoy my wide open spaces here in AZ, but I too long for trees sometimes. I love the play of light and shadows from their leaves and branches as well as the whispers of the wind in thier leaves. It seems you can appreciate both also.

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  16. I call looking for pictures of the sun in a world of trees "Chasing the Sun," and it is a marvelously fun game.

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  17. It must be lot of greens there.Beautiful shot!

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  18. It is such a beautiful wintery sunrise.

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  19. what a beautiful photo!!!!

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  20. I will make you a deal.. you bring me some of those trees for my yard, and I will send you some of our wide open spaces.??? Beautiful world you live in.. second growth or not.. thanks for sharing

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  21. The trees look great! nice sunset!

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  22. Great picture! Luckely there are still trees on earth, they are our oxygen.

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  23. Wonderful image, Sandy.
    That sun through the trees is fantastic.

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  24. Anonymous8:23 AM

    I like the sky better with trees!

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  25. Lovely shot, Sandy! I like the trees! :)

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  26. Anonymous9:15 AM

    Very beautiful shot, I like the trees too!!

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  27. There's a saying over here that the grass is always greener on the other side. It rarely is, though.
    Great photo.

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  28. nice photo. i remember trees-they limit your vista. in my home state you can see forever but i do miss trees sometime here in the desert.

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  29. I think the trees give you a nice way to peek through to the sunset.
    What we have here is mostly second growth, also--those wonderful old growth stands were taken down decades ago!

    Nina at Nature Remains

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  30. I also love trees, nice picture!

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  31. love the sunset through the trees...very artistic shot. thanks for sharing your part of the world with us ^..^

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  32. What do you mean there's no sky? Look at that beautiful sunset filling the sky! I am going to go look at the rest of the post I have missed. I have no new post -- just a npte that there is none.

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  33. I love this photo ... with the sun shining through the dense growth because it's so very different from anything I see on a regular basis.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  34. Fabulous picture Sandi

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  35. Have you ever seen Georgia O'Keefe's NY sky? This is what I grew up with. i love your photograph.

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  36. This is a gorgeous photo Sandy. I love how all the components have come together so beautifully.

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  37. PS: Ill be in touch shortly re: Sunday's OSI. :<)

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  38. You capture what I love about this part of the country. That's a great picture! Perfectly, as usual, captured.

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