December 14, 2007

skywatch friday ~2~


a burning star comes into view.
a star 93,000,000 miles away, reaching temperatures of 10,000,000 degrees did this.
and only i saw it... at that moment... at that place.
good morning world, time to wake up.

18 comments:

Sandy Carlson said...

Thank goodness you had your camera and got the picture for the rest of us! That's marvelous. God bless.

Kerri said...

Lovely sunrise! I love it when there are those fluffy clouds for the sun to shine through on its way "up".

Happy Friday!!!

evlahos said...

what an impressive sky!!! Excellent color

Sister--Three said...

I saw it too..that makes two!

RuneE said...

I envy you both - today it was overcast here!

Tina Leigh said...

That kind of capture makes me think again of God's goodness. A beautiful pic sir!

dot said...

What a beautiful sky to wake up to!

Annie said...

Hi Gaz, and how lovely to see that sky. It's made my day beautiful already.

Nope, I've never floated a pine needle in hot water - resinous, wouldn't it be?

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Oh wow! Stunning! What a way to start the day. Absolutely breath taking.
The Rocky Mountain Retreat

Lilli & Nevada said...

That is beautiful,the colors are so bright, It is cloudy here today

happyone said...

A beautiful sunrise!! I walk every morning and watch the sun rise. A wonderful start to the day.

Sharon said...

Amazing sky! :)

GAWO said...

Beautiful sky

Suzi-k said...

cool pic, cool words, nice start to your day!

Sharon said...

Beautiful! It made me go "OOOOOH" when I saw it. Thanks for your kind word on my blog.

Andrea said...

Wow, that is gorgeous.

Angie said...

Hi,
That is absolutely stunning! Hello from the Wirral, not a million miles from Chester!

Ida said...

Beautiful! :)))
The big star is life-giving. :)