Your Sunrise and The Wind

What is the good
Of your stars and trees
Your sunrise and the wind,
If they do not enter
Into our daily lives?
E. M. Forster

Belhaven North Carolina Sunrise

Belhaven North Carolina Sunset

May joy fill Your hearts, may You travel Your days in Safety and Confidence, and may Peace rise with You in the Morning, and rest within You at dusk.

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    1. Hello Bernadette. What an amazing show of light is played out twice a day. I believe that the sunrise and sunset of the South Jersey Marshes are softer, more muted and secretive than the desert drama show of reds and oranges, and the North Carolina ones are sultry and close. And the many rainy days of the Oregon Coast? Oh my Bernadette…a thrill every time I would see the sun! I am so glad I stopped and paused to experience these longer than getting the picture.
      So good to hear from you. A marvelous long holiday weekend to you.

      Thank you for stopping by.

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    1. Thank you. This Photo Challenge really brought home with joy to just how many sunrises and sunsets a person can experience in one lifetime. In my case, photograph! So good to hear from you. All my best.


    1. E.M. Forster is recognized for his novel ” A Passage to India (1924)” a well told story East and West, seen through the lens of India in the later days of the British Raj. I also enjoyed A Room With A view set in Italy and England.
      Thank you for stopping by. All my best to you.

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  1. I like the vibrancy and composition in both photographs. In the second one, the shape off the bow brought to mind the image of a pelican bowing down to the setting sun.

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    1. Thank you Irene. Never realized just how many sunrises and sunsets I have captured with the camera until I began to look for something to fit the WordPress Photo Challenge. The ones included in the post were just a few of hundreds. And then there are all those the Full Moon photos. All my best to you Irene. Thank you for stopping by.

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