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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Thematic Photographic - 272

"Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark."  Rabindranath Tagore

THEMATIC PHOTOGRAPHIC 

Carmi, at Written Inc. blog is waking our themes to dawn and setting them to ease upon dusk.

My photos were taken last night and this morning. It will be grand, if we are blessed with a burning, evening sky engulfed in roaring rays of orange and reds tonight.  If we are I'll post it tomorrow.

Dawn and Dusk



Dawn begins cold and crisp.



Outside, this window our day begins anew.



As the hands of the clocks tick forward, minute after hour, our day slips into night.



Often times our grey days fall into pale dusk, and electric lights guide our 
evening horizons.


To check out other TP Dawn and Dusk photos go here.


13 comments:

Karen S. said...

Dawn and dusk often arrive without striking horizons and merely fade in and out.

Kalei's Best Friend said...

I love the first one- lavender color is gorgeous... funny how climate affects what we see as well as the lens.

TexWisGirl said...

i like the first soft one.

Filip and Kristel said...

It must be already very cold.

Greetings,
Filip

Snowcatcher said...

I love the snowflake! Looks like you finally got winter...

Love the new header! (your autumn photos)

sage said...

it is nice to see the lights breaking into the pale gray of winter!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The snow and trees are so pretty to look at.

Sometimes a bit of pain to deal with, though...
~

Cloudia said...

So austere and beautiful





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DougPhoto2009 said...

Thanks for sharing the early morning scene.

Max Sartin said...

Brrr, but they are beautiful snow scenes.

Bob Scotney said...

I'm quite prepared to praise your wintry scenes but glad that we have escaped - so far.

Gilly said...

Interesting sequence - but what a lot of snow!

Alexia said...

I also love the delicate colours in the first shot. And in spite of the beauty, I'm very glad that I live in a snow-free climate :)