Friday, March 20, 2009

Sunrise! Skywatch Friday for March 20, 2009







Yesterday's sunrise was absolutely breathtaking! I only have a few minutes to stop, jump out of my car, and take a couple of quick photos during the weekdays. And, on weekends, I'm usually too worn out to spend time driving around at 7 a.m. trying to get photos of the desert sunrises (although I occassionally do that!). So, I was pleased to see a beautiful, glowing orange sunrise yesterday on my way to school. And, I did stop to take some photos of it! Skywatch Friday for March 20, 2009, welcome Spring!

10 comments:

Pam said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful sunrise photos. They are wonderful and worth your effort.

Louise said...

These are beautiful. The first one made me think of lightning.

Darla said...

Those are gorgeous photos!

Diane C. said...

Very pretty sunrise pictures, the sky reminds me of fiery opal.

Caprice- said...

Really nice sunrise photos. Thanks for sharing.
Happy First Day of Spring!
Caprice

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Great photos, each and every one of them!

Naturegirl said...

Cheryl Ann: I appreciate these sunset photos. I promised that I would post desert sunsets since I arrived here in AZ but as you know it comes and sets so fast one has to be there at the right time.Like you after a day hiking in the sun..by sunset I'm just too pooped!
So pleased to see that you are one of Nature-Trails followers!Great to meet you and now I can keep in touch with the southwest after I return home in May!! :) NG

Moon-Writer said...

Oh my gosh You always take such great Pictures, You say you are a teacher, is that a photography teacher? LOL! What a breath taking sky, Beautiful!

Linnea W said...

Somehow I missed your post yesterday. What a lovely sunrise. Boy you have a lot of air traffic up there in the skies above - lots of plane trails! By the way, I've posted some barn pics on my Travels with L & Z blog...I see you've found some nice ones too. Enjoy the first days of spring...

Arija said...

All very beautiful sunrises with that gently gold in the sky.