Sunday, August 24, 2008

Today I am sharing the series of photos I took of the Sunrise this morning. Five O'Clock Maggie got me up and this is what we saw. The Kitty Justice is that you get to see it without having to get up as early.










































































































































































17 comments:

Lady Di Tn said...

Y'all I forgot that Ken (blogger) has a tendency to put lots of spaces inbetween photos and I did not take the time to fix it. I NEED COFFEE.
PEACE TO Y'ALL TODAY AND ALWAYS.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh MY Goodness!!! Those images are breathtaking. Aren't you glad you woke up early. Have a large cup of coffee. MB MB

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh my those are just gorgeous

Lady Di Tn said...

MB
Thanks. I always get up early and 6;30 or 7 is late for me. Beside with Maggie she is a little black four legged alarm clock. I had two big cups and enjoyed every drop. Now to get busy. Peace

Lilli
Thanks. Peace

Marcel said...

Very nice!

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ Beautiful photos and well worth getting up early to take them. Thanks to you, we don't have to get up so early. It is 2 am Monday here at present and Zero C degrees.
Thanks for your comments, we had a lovely day together for Jen's birthday. They are such happy ladies always with a laugh - nice to be with. I have a daughter Kathy who is a leftie. She has 5 children and none took after her that way. I hope the week ahead will be great for you. Take care, Love and Peace.
Merle.

Alex the Blogging Kat said...

Hi, Lady Di Tn! dem iz purdy picktires! I likez dem. OK?

O comed by cause my hoomin142 habin problemz wiff hiz puter likez u iz and it iz takin him longz longz longz timez to fixez it. OK? An he sayz lotz ob nassy wordz cause sumpin he callz Microsoft aint gotz no answerz fir him an dey wantz him to payz 59 dollarzez to tellz him whatz he wantz to knowz. OK?

LZ Blogger said...

Lady Di ~ What beautiful sunrise shots! THX for sharing! ~ jb///

Corn Dog said...

THAT was a religious experience. Thanks DI. Was that really all in one day? Today?

Rinkly Rimes said...

Certainly it's the early bird that gets the worm.....or the sunrise. I'm not a very mystical person but, in some of the shots, a hand seems to be hovering over the world!

Jeanette said...

Hi Lady Di, Beautiful photo's of your sunrise,Im pleased your early riser so you could share these pics with us.. Thank you for Hic! birthday wishes Cheerrrrrsss\_/\_/ Hic!

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ Thanks for the comments and I am glad you the Poem by Helen Steiner Rice. The ski story sure was kitty justice. I hope you are doing well and
everyone is well at your house. Take care, Love and Peace. Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

Marcel
Thanks. Peace.

Merle
My friends, Bubbles and Pammie are like that and we too have a grand time when we get together. Peace

Alex
Thanks, I will try and go to the hoomins blog. Purrs.

Jerry
I am so glad you enjoyed the sunrise. Peace

CD
Yes I took all of those in one morning. I just sat and watched and each time it looked a just a little different, I would snap another photo. Peace

Rinkly
Welcome to kitty justice. I thought the same thing (about the hand) as I took some of the photos.Thanks for dropping by and y'all come back any time. Peace

Jen
Glad you had a good day and liked me little poem. Glad to share my sunrise with you anytime. Peace

Abraham Lincoln said...

This rheumatoid arthritis still makes my fingers difficult and scrolling to find the comment section was something else.

I liked the pictures. You must have gone to sleep with your finger locked on the shutter button. Glad you did. They are all beautiful.

You might like my post for tomorrow. It is about my whippings.

Mary said...

Lady Di,

The photos are breathtaking. Thanks so much for sharing.

Blessings,
Mary

Darla said...

I love your photos, and the Lord's artwork, you captured it beautifully!

Joyce said...

What beautiful pictures of a wonder of a sun rise. God is all His glory. Myself I love the stars in the middle of the night. What wonders God provides for us. Here in Indina we will miss Fay. We need the rain though. I pray you get more rain.

Love and Hugs,
Joyce of Creation In Progress