Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The Riverfront at my Town

For some reason I'm a little short on words these days. I know. Go figure. But I have plenty of pictures to show. I've been snapping away lately and had gotten way behind on editing personal photos. I mean backed up like a three day cheese bender. I've been trying to catch up this week, and as I sift through some of these I am learning a few things about myself because my eyes are the windows to my heart and soul. I photograph the things that tug at my senses and emotions. Sometimes the lesson is simple though. Like this one.

It may be difficult having to get up at 5:30 every morning to get to work by 7am, but it does mean I get to see some beautiful sunrises that I would otherwise purposefully sleep through.

6 comments:

Jason, as himself said...

Funny. I've been short on words, too, and my last post also included a sunrise!

J.G. said...

Making the most of the time change, I see. Nice!

The Church Lady said...

I would have to agree. That is probably the only good reason for rising early - to see that sun peak over the horizon. It's like God is saying "hello" and welcome to a brand new day.

Jan n Jer said...

To see such a thing of beauty is a gift from God. So for the ones that get to see that, are the lucky ones. Sadly, for the most part I miss the sunrises...but I do love the sunsets!

TACMAC said...

HOW BEAUTIFUL!!!! When I lived in Paducah I took a site like that for granted. Now that I am "landlocked" I so miss the beautiful River!! (others can say what they want....it IS beautiful).
Thanks for sharing Hula!! You may feel short on words, but the content is very filling!!

Trailboss said...

I have seen many a sunrise lately but since the time change I am happy to report the sun is up when I leave my house. Just in time for rut season too! I would hate to hit a deer in the dark (or otherwise!)