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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Sunrise this morning





A pink Sunrise this morning.
Shining into the windows of our guest cottage. 



Does that mean it's going to snow some more? 




We would welcome it and so would the fields and fruit orchard.




The pink is starting to fade outside.





But not on the inside.


Have a great remainder of the week my dear 
Blogging Friends.

Gina 










42 comments:

  1. That sky is stunning and the bottom image, oh my what a fortunate blessing to be able to look out a window and view such delight...gorgeous!

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    1. Dear Mary, Yes we are very lucky to have found this property. We enjoy it every day and never get tired of the ever changing scenery. ox, Gina

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  2. Dear Gina - what glorious photos - the pink and blue sky turning the snow into pink candy floss. You know the saying I am sure "red sky at night shepherds delight - red sky in the morning shepherds warning".
    We had a another load last night. We put our lights off indoors and put the lights on outside so that we could watch it magically falling.
    However, by Friday we will have had the snow for a week, and then I am going to send it back to where it came from.

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    1. Dear Rosemary, I was so pleased to read that you also like to turn on the outside lights and watch the snow falling. It is magic isn't it. ox, Gina

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  3. What wonderful light, such an extraordinary shade of pink!
    May you get all the snow you wish for and stay warm throughout,
    Merisi

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    1. Dear Merisi, The scene yesterday morning was just as you see it in my photographs. I did not enhance the color. Sometimes, mother nature is hard at work to make our lives more beautiful.
      ox, Gina

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  4. Every picture has a soft pink filtered light to it! Wonderful.

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    1. Dear Theresa, I'm so happy that you liked the morning scene. It is totally changed this morning, just as beautiful, only in a different way. ox, Gin a

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  5. Dear Gina,

    Your photos of the guest house with the pink sky are truly beautiful.
    The snow photo of your front garden and the orchard are stunning.
    Your snow is crisp and packed and pure.. it looks like a true picture painting.
    xx val

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    1. Dear Val, It has been so cold the last few weeks that our snow is still clean and crisp. More snow is predicted for today. And if it comes, my cross country skis are leaning up against the tree, ready to go sliding. ox, Gina

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  6. Gina this is just glorious - thank you Fx

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    1. Hello Francesca, So glad you stopped by and thank you so much for your very generous compliment. It is so very much appreciated. ox, Gina

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  7. Lovely photographs, Gina. Did you know that when it freezes in Florida, the citrus growers spray their oranges with water. The ice around the oranges actually forms a shield against even colder temperatures.

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    1. Dear Mark, I am aware of the water spray treatment. That only works for us when the temperatures don't go down too far. Often, the ice gets so heavy on the branches that they break from the weight. In earlier times smudge pots helped but because of the damage to the environment, they are not in use anymore.

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  8. How incredibly beautiful your surroundings are, Gina! I could look at these pictures all day.

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    1. Dear Karen, Every day presents a new scene. We never tire of the spectacle. This country life is not for everyone but it suits us splendidly. ox, Gina

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  9. Gina, I so agree with all the prior comments...your excellent photos have captured spectacular views in a beautiful place.

    xo

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    1. Thank you Frances. And thank you also for visiting and commenting. Hope that life is back to normal for you in New York. Loved your post where you showed us your fabulous knitting skills. ox, Gina

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  10. The reflection of the morning sky in your pond dotted with ducks is just so wonderful, Gina, as are the
    mountains in the background. What a view to wake up to.
    Warm greetings, Sieglinde

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  11. Hello Sieglinde, So nice to see you here again. Thank you so much for your very nice comment. We are lucky. We even appreciate this country life more because we used to live in the big city. ox, Gina

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  12. What a beautiful snowy world to wake up in! I envy your wintry landscape--I hope you are enjoying your little corner of paradise!

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  13. Hello Leisa, We need to exchange places. I wouldn't mind sand under my feet and beautiful ocean views you enjoy.

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  14. Oh, Gina, this is breathtaking! Your magical world, even more beautiful with the fresh snow. That lake photo has me dreaming!

    I hope you are well and cozy and have a lovely weekend.

    G

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    1. Dear Georgianna, I'm always so pleased when you come by for a visit. Receiving a complimentfrom you is such an honor. Looking forward to seeing your Spring flower photographs. ox, Gina

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  15. Absolutely beautiful photography! Smashing colors!

    Carol of: A Creative Harbor

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    1. Thank you Carol, I'm so happy that you stopped by.

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  16. Oh my - your photos are beautiful - love those orchids!

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    1. Hello Diva, Have you tried orchids? They are so easy to take care of and unlike fresh flowers in a vase, last months at a time.

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    1. Hello Camera Girl, The light that morning was extra special. Thank you for your visit.

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  18. Gina the light in each of these is amazing. You live in a very beautiful place.

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    1. Hello Sunsine, We are lucky in that we get to live in the country where the air is pure and skies are blue and sometimes, pink.

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  19. Gina, these are just gorgeous! I want your snow so much! You did a beautiful job with these.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by Jill. We have plenty of snow...wish I could send you some.

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  20. These are just gorgeous!! Love your work...

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    1. Hello Susan, Thank you for your very nice compliment. It is so apreciated. Please visit again.

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  21. Hello Kerri, You are very generous, thank you. Your compliment is so appreciated. Hope you visit again.

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    1. Hello Anne, Welcome and thank you.

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  23. Doesn't the pink light of early day make everything so magical? I'm so glad you came by to share on Weekly Top Shot #68!

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    1. Thank you Madge for hosting. You're right, pink mornings are the most beautiful.

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