“A Beautiful Spectacle”

Yesterday morninng, when I opened the curtains, I immediately went for the camera. Rather than write a description for each photo, I’m just going to caption each one with the time it was taken. This will show how quickly the sky changed.


sunrise1 4-19-2015 6-42-12 AM


sunrise2 4-19-2015 6-42-43 AM


sunrise3 4-19-2015 6-43-04 AM


sunrise4 4-19-2015 6-44-17 AM


sunrise7 4-19-2015 6-45-23 AM

It’s a perfect example of why I love to get up early, and a reminder of a quote that I recently discovered:

When you do something noble and beautiful and nobody noticed, do not be sad. For the sun every morning is a beautiful spectacle and yet most of the audience still sleeps.”                ~John Lennon

~These Days Of  Mine~

15 responses to ““A Beautiful Spectacle”

  1. Beautiful changing sky photos and perfect quote to accompany them!


  2. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos, Dianna.

  3. Beautiful pictures!! And who knew John Lennon was ever up to see the sunrise and give us this very appropriate quote?!!

  4. Thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures with us. As your quote said, we so often sleep through some amazing sights God has given us. Shame on us.

  5. Absolutely beautiful. We enjoyed them as we ate breakfast, but not over the water as you did. WOW!!!

  6. what a neat roll cloud!

  7. That’s right! I’m still sleeping but I’m glad you’re not!

  8. Wow! Great photos, and a great quote! Ellie

  9. Great photos, great progression, great quote …. great post!

  10. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Wonderful pictures and a perfect quote. P.S. You do have to move quick to capture those beautiful moments.

  11. This is just lovely and so is the quote! 🙂

  12. Spectacular!

  13. I’m glad to not be the only one caught sleeping. 😉 Great shots, Dianna. It does change so quickly.

  14. Beautiful shots, but the quote is also spectacular. John Lennon was incredibly talented in so many ways.

  15. Just one word…GORGEOUS! Thanks for getting up before me to show me these spectacles. 🙂

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