Wordless Wednesday 04/01/2017




  1. Amy

    I like how you captured the houses, fog, trees, and pink sky behind the big tree. Well done, Sue! 🙂

  2. That’s an appealing glow behind the trees.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Beautiful. Is this a view from your house Sue?

  4. Skybluepink, one of my favourite colours!

  5. Dom

    This is such a wonderful sunrise photo Sue 👌💖

  6. A great way to wake up – and right now it doesn’t have to be really early to catch first light. I like knowing what you look out one.

  7. Correct me please! “Look out on”

  8. Fantastic post-sunset picture. Have a happy and healthy New Year, and many wonderful opportunities for your photography!

  9. This is a romantic view, Sue. You live in a nice setting. Some days ago I took my first sunrise photo, and that’s how I was able to identify yours as sunrise and not sunset :D. It’s beautiful, poetic!

  10. Beautiful view! I love the glow of the sky. 🙂

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