There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them. ~ Jo Walton
Just in case you've missed them lately, I'm going to share a sunrise and sunset with you. They're not from the same day but what does that really matter?
I was tired. I hadn't slept well and though I was now wide awake, I wasn't energetic enough to head out for a walk. I decided to go downstairs and make some coffee to kickstart my day. Cats fed and coffee brewing, I went back upstairs to check on email. That's when I glanced out the window and saw an orange ball rising in the sky. Fine, I'll walk!
There are only a couple of spots along the path where you can catch a good look at the sunrise. This is one of them.
And this, of course is the other.
As the sun rose, it shared its beautiful light with everything it touched.
Every blossom appeared a bit warmer in its glow.
By the time the sun was high in the sky, I was grateful for the coffee which was waiting for me at home.
On another day, it was the amazing sunset that drew me out.
It peeked between the branches and it offered a lovely backdrop to the spring blossoms.
And it beckoned me to enjoy it from behind the fuzzy sumac tree.
From this angle.
And from that one.
I wonder how the sunset looked to the people up in that airplane.
And to the red-winged blackbird who was singing his heart out on this very beautiful evening.
Thanks for joining me at both ends of the day. I'll have more for you after a few more sunrises and sunsets have been around.
Know where to find the sunrise and sunset times and note how the sky looks at those times, at least once. ~ Marilyn Vos Savant