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October 02, 2011

Sundays In My City

Glorious Morning photos taken while standing on the street in front of our house looking in all directions.





Enjoy your Sunday!
Unknown Mami
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17 comments:

Ms. A said...

Those ARE gorgeous!

Happy Sunday!

LL Cool Joe said...

Beautiful sky. Well captured. Hope you and James have a wonderful sunday.

Brian Miller said...

lovely sky techno...the slow darkening as the curtains come to a close on another day....

Maggie May said...

Beautiful colours. very well captured.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Cricket said...

Isn't dawn just glorious? For some of us, anyway. I love the early am, my wife not so much ;-)

There is a Sanskrit word for that pregnant hour just before dawn also: brahmamuhurta the "hour of the gods." I love that image.

And your photographic images, as well. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Word veri: cometru. May all your wishes for today "cometru."

sheila said...

Oh very beautiful! Like a watercolor!

DJan said...

Lovely, TB. I sure do like your part of the world, and I appreciate you sharing it with me.

BLOGitse said...

Your shots are like paintings we saw yesterday! I'll post a few of them in near future SIMC postings.
ps. We stayed in Berkeley Double Tree hotel, guess you know that :)

Ina in Alaska said...

Gorgeous sky views! Happy Sunday!

Jeanie said...

A very beautiful way to greet a Sunday morning.

Anne H said...

Gorgeous skies!

Kristina P. said...

So pretty!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Yours is the first SIMC post I've visited because that first picture caught my eye. These are awesome.
Be well.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

oh geez, what a sky!

Unknown Mami said...

The colors in the sky never cease to amaze me. So delicate and unbelievably beautiful.

Kristin - The Goat said...

I like taking photos from the same windows in our condo. I love how the sky changes all day. You have a wonderful 360 view from your place! Wonderful!

traci's mixed bag said...

Do we need anything else besides the colorful sky. I can't imagine not having it. Even when I lived in Alaska and it was dark most of the time, it was still beautiful. Great pics BTW