- 02/08/2016Although the credit for the photo goes to www.organicauthority.com, this is the sunrise I woke up to many decades ago when I attended a wedding on the rim of the canyon.
Comments02/08/2016 #4 Michael Hillebrand#3 #1 I love the symbolism of a sunrise so much more.. it's hope and optimism, wrapped in the excitement of uncertainty. As you ponder the day ahead, and the excitement builds, so do the colors. And eventually, the sun comes up and you know it's time to live the day. It's a new beginning and the story is your for the writing. Can't get that emotion squeezed from a sunset. :)02/08/2016 #3 Kevin Pashuk#1 Great photo @Michael Hillebrand. As a night owl, I do appreciate your point of view @Susan Rooks. Another night owl once told me... "It's not worth getting up for a sunrise. I tried that once. It's just like a sunset, only in reverse" Michael's photo may discount that point of view.
- 18/04/2016Sunrise as captured by my daughter on our little slice of heaven in SW Minnesota. . . I tell you, there's nothing like watching a sunrise over the water with your kids!