Morning light

 Morning light

There’s just something wonderful about the way morning light hits things like azaleas and camellias and everything else. It’s kind of like fairy dust, don’t you think?

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12 Responses to Morning light

  1. flyinggma says:

    Very pretty. Our morning light was a little wet, rain. Still I enjoy the warmer weather and the activity of the birds.

  2. Caroline says:

    Before I even read what you wrote I though the picture has a fairytale quality…
    Really lovely.

  3. Lady Jennie says:

    This picture is so lovely it’s like breathing in sunshine!

  4. bonniegunkel says:

    Oh Ms. Pearl this is just lovely! This would be amazing framed!

  5. Cheryl says:

    Morning light has always been a favourite ‘capture’ time for me … you’ve done it so beautifully here! I’ve been whining for weeks that spring is so late up here. Did get to the cottage this weekend, finally. The water pump was still frozen in a block of ice but we just couldn’t wait a day longer to be there. It was -3 celsius next morning light and the strangest thing … usually as the sun rises, it warms the air and the air moves across the lake creating ripples. The morning I took this shot, (http://jpgmag.com/photos/3001507) the air didn’t budge. It was full light at 6 A.M. and the lake held onto the pre-sun mirror quality. Wow … a strange first!

    • I really need to shoot in the morning more…. Cheryl, your shot is gorgeous!!

      • Cheryl says:

        I used to prefer late afternoon, early evening light and then I became a cottager! Nothing in the world can compare to the sense of ‘all is right with the world’ like a thermos of hot coffee at the end of the dock, camera ready, dog snoring under the chair and the lake showing off!

      • If I had your cottage, I’d be doing the same thing! 🙂

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