Thursday, March 19, 2009

Skywatch Friday: Patience

My daughter is involved in the play up at the high school, which has meant a lot of late nights and a lot of driving in the morning. I do so hate driving to school in the morning. I've learned a lot about patience lately, and have learned to enjoy the quiet morning after the stressful drive. It has made all the difference in my day.
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16 comments:

Janie said...

What a gorgeous series. Lovely colors. Glad you've learned to enjoy your drives.

Merisi said...

Gorgeous skies!

I sympathize with you - four kids have taught me to make the best of any which hour I have to be on the road with them (or/and the quiet after!). ;-)

Guy D said...

Love those shots, especially the last one. Wow

Have a great weekend!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Photo Cache said...

that's the prize you get from driving your daughter back and forth. thanks for sharing.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The photos are your reward for being such a patient mom!

Barb said...

Your patience has paid off! Beautiful pics of the dawn.

Deborah Godin said...

This made me smile, not just for the beauty of the photos but the thought of being patient...the sun always rises in it's own time!

Gill - That British Woman said...

beautiful colours, a great series of photos,

Gill in Canada

Louise said...

That is one incredible sunrise. It's kind of a prize for your for your patience.

Carol said...

So beautiful!! Gorgeous color...

Leyte Today said...

These are great photos esp the changes in tone...from light to darker.

VALKYRIEN said...

Gorgeous! Your patience really gave you a glorious memory - and you could share them with us! Thank you!

Arija said...

Dawn and sunrise are really the most beautiful times of the day when most people are still in bed and a new day shows its promise. Lovely captures.

Paul said...

great series of shots Laurie

SandyCarlson said...

All I could think was, "Worth the trip!" I am glad you trekked out with your camera.

ROSIDAH said...

Stunning sceneries! It makes going out in the morning much more pleasant :)