Skywatch Friday: Like any Other, a New Morning

From Jul 6, 2011

After finding my camera--after several minutes of running around looking for it and marveling how one person--me--could forget about the location of this one piece of equipment that is very much like a left arm to me, I found it. In the time it took me to do three or four laps around my parents' home in North Carolina, the sunrise changed shape, oh, a thousand times. Nevertheless, I got what I got when I got it. I was not disappointed. I never am.

Life is good and fun once you wake up. And it's even better than that once your hands are on the right equipment.

Live well. Be well. Enjoy.

Comments

  1. Skywatch pics are all about what's happening now. The colors and hues change quickly.

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  2. Glorious way to start any day, Sandy! Glad you found the camera in time -- I do SO relate, although how anyone can misplace anything in my small apartment is beyond me!!! Enjoy your day!

    Sylvia

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  3. Beautiful capture of a glorious sunrise--nice way to start the day. I'm beginning to think someone needs to come up with a way to "permanently" attach our cameras to our necks. I don't know how many amazing sunsets I have missed because I had to run back into the house for my camera. Of course, by the time I got back out, the sun HAD set. Have a nice weekend, Sandy. Mickie :)

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  4. The right equipment, like coffee too, yes???

    Have a wonderful day oh lucky beach girl!!!!

    Have you had a chance to read Miramar? It is definitely a beach book.

    Hugs to you and Dell, G

    http://mypoeticpath.wordpress.com/2011/07/05/july-park-pics/

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  5. The right equipment, like coffee too, yes???

    Have a wonderful day oh lucky beach girl!!!!

    Have you had a chance to read Miramar? It is definitely a beach book.

    Hugs to you and Dell, G

    PS: I also have a review up at MRLR you might find interesting.

    http://mypoeticpath.wordpress.com/2011/07/05/july-park-pics/

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  6. Beautiful, both thoughts and photograph. Thanks for visiting :)

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  7. That's a beautiful morning shot. Glad you caught it.

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  8. cameras can capture the beauty of each day...lovely shot

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  9. Beautiful photo.
    Mamy podobne kolory na niebo, choć mieszkamy na różnych kontynentach.

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  10. Gorgeous and dramatic sky shot.

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  11. Its a winner Sandy.

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  12. This is great Sandy. I am so glad you are enjoying your vacation. Don't you just hate misplacing the camera. I always find mine right where I left it. UGH....

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  13. Hi Sandy,,, great post.... The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. Happy TGIF! Hoping you can visit my skywatch post.

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  14. Nothing as disheartening as watching a photo op fade away for lack of a camera! And nothing like a sunrise to bring a smile!

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  15. As always, you have captured a special moment. Well done.

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  16. I can imagine your desperate moments. :)
    Very well captured.

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  17. Gorgeous sky!

    My Sky Watch, have a happy weekend!

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  18. Gorgeous sky!

    My Sky Watch, have a happy weekend!

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  19. I just realized why I don't do sun rise, I am a night person, when I get up in the morning, I just have time to quickly down my juice,and off I go hoping I won't be late.

    So thanks for the sharing.

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  20. Anonymous2:08 AM

    What a glorious start to your day!

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  21. Sandy, what a beautiful start to your day. I'm glad you found your camera. Happy skywatching and have a wonderful weekend!

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  22. Hahaha you made me laugh Sandy, my camera is like my other right arm too hehe. Couldn't live with out I guess. And my family and friends already called me paparazzi ^_^. Your sky is beautiful very dramatic. Was this taken in the morning? Great catch! ^_^ Happy weekend!

    Sky Watch Friday

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  23. Beautiful shot! So dramatic!

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  24. so great that your camera was just around the corner. those are times when a capture will be very critical.

    the half dark half gold view is such a nice view.

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  25. Sandy, what a lovely shot...I've been in the same boat...and run from room to room looking for my camera..which ends up being in my purse!

    Have a lovely weekend.

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  26. Glad you found your camera! I always think the silly thing should be in my hand whenever I want it, but it has a mind of its own...

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  27. Beautiful. And I know exactly what you mean about that running around looking for the camera despite it being a constant companion.

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  28. I agree, Sandy: the camera often helps living the day!

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  29. A most beautiful shot!

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