Ha!! MUCH redder here, perhaps earlier - but good to know it is being shared across the country.
Your photo and your stone are both very striking. That first line is a real knockout!
.... and I bet i know where you will be walking today. Dip a toe into the water for me. I'm missing the sea.
Hi Sandra. I'm pleased you've had some spectacular mornings as well. It's made for such an optimistic week, I think.Hi Helen. Thanks so much. Pleased you liked this little slice of sky taken from my doorstep.Hi Robyn. Will dip a toe in later for you! I just walked along to buy the paper and the sea is the quietest I've seen it for months. Hope you get to a beach soon.
Beautiful photo Annie - wonderful stone!
Hi Fiona. Thanks. Looking E from my doorstep. Pleased you enjoyed.
very lovely, soft. Love the last line of the poem.
Wow, Annie, truly an amazing sky!!!
Hi mansuetude. Thanks so much. It's been a week of colourful dawns and I've loved how everyone's talking about the sky!!Hi Patti. Thanks. There were many this week. I didn't catch them all, but enough to make me very happy.
Hi Annie, A marauding dawn. Just right to lift everyone's spirits. Those clouds are pretty special, too.
Hi Barb. Thanks. It's been so great to see. We do grey very well here as you know, so this was a bit special.
Beautiful picture, beautiful dawn, beautiful stanza. I'm glad to be back at your blog, and you remind me how much I will be glad to see the British seaside again soon.
Hi Martin. Thanks so much for dropping by again. I think the British seaside has a particular mood in the Winter months, out of season. No crowds and most of the attractions closed. Hope you get back soon.
Shining words to match the sky! Gorgeous!
Hi Sharmon. Thank you. Last week was a week of shining dawns - glad I saw them.
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