Stopping to take a photo at daybreak of a molting Great Blue Heron and this happened!
Red sky in the morning,
sailor take warning.
Red sky at night,
This old saying has a scientific explanation and you can read about it here on the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory website.
Not the prettiest of sunsets, though not bad for a chilly January first morning. Initially it looked to be a bust, but the clouds parted a bit and the sun shone brightly through. Happy New Year wishes. I hope the coming year brings you much love, joy, happiness, and peace ❤
Sunrise sequence January 1, 2017
The sunrise on Wednesday with red sky and red reflections on the ocean was incredible. Another reason we love living here.
Good Morning Gloucester
Sun Rise light on the waves
My grandmother was fond of saying “the early bird catches the worm.” I assumed she said that because I adored getting up early to eat breakfast with my grandfather before he left for work. In a large family with siblings and cousins, I had him all to myself in those day break hours. Having developed a passion and love for wild creatures and wild places, I understand better what she meant. She and my grandfather built a summer home for their family in a beautiful, natural seashore setting and both she and my parents packed our home with books and magazines about nature. Now I see her design…
Wednesday morning at day break, beautiful scene, beautiful creatures by the sea’s edge
Scenes from this morning’s Good Harbor Beach sunrise.
Pink and violet hues when I arrived at 5:15 quickly gave way to reds and yellow, and then the looming gray mass of clouds overtook the sky.
Male Red-winged Blackbird Love Song (turn up your volume)
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