Sharing My Morning

Saturday morning, I was up before the sun.  And, as I went out to take a picture of the sky, I noticed just how beautiful and peaceful the morning was. Peaceful, that is, if you like the sound of birds singing.  So I made this little video. (Be sure your speakers are on.)

The engine sound you hear is that of a workboat, making its way out into the river.

Happy Spring!

~These Days Of Mine~

16 responses to “Sharing My Morning

  1. So peaceful and serene… the sound of the birds waking up!


  2. Very calm on another start of a beautiful morning.

  3. Such a beautiful morning…thanks for sharing.

  4. Now that’s the perfect setting for a new day – beauty and peace!

  5. It’s so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  6. That was lovely. How could you not like the birds happily singing!!?

  7. Very cool! A few of us must be thinking the same thing! I did a video/audio of the birds in our back yard a couple of days ago and Barbara from Silver in the Barn got one up on IG! When I listened to mine, the dryer was running.. gah! There was a Brown Thrasher just putting out the bird speak like crazy! I would love to know who that blabber beak is on your video… sounds lovely. I love listening to the birds. The work boat is cool too!

  8. Love it! It sounds like mornings at my home except for the boat engine. Birds singing and chirping in the morning just make me happy for the day.

  9. The thrasher is a proud vocalist… it sounds like you might have one (or more ?) hanging around !

  10. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Beautiful music from our Lord to us. Thanks so much for sharing, Dianna.

  11. Love that morning music!

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