Walking wild


It is my habit to rise early and sit at the kitchen table letting the morning settle over me.

The sun comes up over the harbour which is just at the bottom of the little lane we live on and I love to see it rise above the neighboring housetops and fills the sky with ribbons of bright orange and indigo. 

Sunday morning I happened to glance out of my tiny kitchen window and just caught a crescent moon setting over the bright end of a beautiful sunrise. 

I should mention that the pine stands 4 or 5 stories tall. I’m not sure how old it is but can imagine the changes it has seen from it’s lofty view of the harbour. 

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  1. That sounds so lovely, and the area where you live sounds much more scenic than mine. But, I do love the sunrise when I'm up early enough even if it's only above the farm fields that surround me. I think I'd love to have a harbour view though. :)

  2. A beautiful picture! You must have such lovely scenes from your windows.

  3. WOW! You certainly have a scenic view from your window!

    Happy Wednesday!

  4. Sounds like a peaceful way to start the day!

  5. I am not a morning person, but I can appreciate your morning ritual. What a great capture out your window.

    A lovely addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking!

  6. That is beautiful... I love seeing the moon ..a bit of nature magic ....Michelle

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