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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

a splash of sun

































Out of no where, it can appear.
A glimpse of something you needed to see.


If you just keep your eyes open....
you may find exactly what you need, 
right when you need it.


It's like sunshine~ 
coming out of no where....
just when you thought there wasn't any.


I found some today.

~~~
{I don't believe a day can be considered gray~ if even one drop of sunshine breaks through the clouds}

37 comments:

Hilary said...

That's a beauty of an image, Dawn.

texwisgirl said...

Nice that you got your dose of sun today! :)

darlin said...

Isn't it amazing how the skies can be dull, drab and gray and then we get a hint of sunshine and it changes all of that in a heartbeat? I felt blah driving to my night class and then it seemed out of nowhere the sun tried to peek out and my spirit was lifted.

Your photo is giving me peoplebumps! lol Nice shot, but it should be a January or February shot... not nearing the end of March!

Regina said...

Dreamy and wonderful!

Peter said...

Love how the sun is behind that beautiful bare tree, hope it is showing some signs of budding.

Dani said...

How magical.

Eyeliquor 2 said...

Wonderful sun & capture !

Allison said...

That is a beautiful photograph, Dawn! Sun shining through bare branches... it's poetry. :)

Naturedigital said...

It is so quiet and peaceful out there...
Costas

Alan O'Riordan said...

Yep, I agree. Lovely, lovely photo.

A Rural Journal said...

Hence, my flower-buying the other day. :) Hope your day is more sunshine than... precipitation.

Leah J. Utas said...

Grand capture of a winter's day.

Out on the prairie said...

A lovely pic and thought. I'm glad you saw some light coming through.

Judy said...

Beautiful...Beautiful...Beautiful!

Elizabeth Grimes said...

I LOVE that picture! Don't tell me, you took it with your phone? It fits your words perfectly and I know just what you mean. :)

Stuff could always be worse said...

I love the pic and thoughts, so true. The sunshine is there :)
kim

Lynette said...

Stunning photo...but it still looks bitterly cold.

Debbie said...

beautiful picture....really beautiful. it evoked such a feeling of calm. i love snow pictures, so crisp and clean, this is an amazing shot!!!

Trisha said...

I agree! What a beautiful shot :)

Farm Girl said...

It looks pretty though.

turtletown said...

nice-saw a smidgen of sun here too-

Diane AZ said...

Awesome post, so inspiring! :D

Sage said...

today is cold and sunny and icy (we had freezing rain last night)! Beautiful photo

Hope said...

what a beautiful photo!

dawn, I have an award for you over a my place if you would like it. Just wanted to let you know that I appreciate your blog very much

bon bon said...

breath-taking minimalism...

Gary said...

A real stunning photo!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

beth said...

thank you....
now i can comment on what a gorgeous photo that is....
and isn't the sun great. it's feeling like winter here again {hear me whining} but the sun is making it manageable.....

Paul C said...

I like the poignancy of this reflection both literal and figurative.

Flora said...

OH...Wish I could send you some sunshine...although it does look beautiful!????

Tammy said...

A drop of sunlight changes everything!

Canyon Girl said...

Dawn, that is just so beautiful. And all that snow, I love it, but I know you must be tired of it. Thank you for the beauty you bring to my life.--Inger

Barbie said...

Thats what I needed to see and read.Thankyou :)

Randy said...

Wow. I think I need to send you some blue skies. It really is a lovely photo.

Deb said...

one ray of sunshine will make my day...

Jack said...

This is a lovely shot, even if it s**ks that the snow is still so plentiful. But, you have a good attitude. Keep your chin up!

Rick said...

I got to your blog late tonight and thought my name was Rip van Winkle and it's Dec. 2011 ! What happened to the rest of 2011 ?

Ah yes, my reality today was actually a very sunny day with temps around 30C (that would be PLUS), spent fishing in the gulf. Your photo is the reason we decided to become SNOWbirds ;-)

But I know the feeling when the sun breaks through for even a tiny peek - awesome !

CherylK said...

That photograph is just breathtaking!! I totally agree with you, too...if there's even a hint of the sun, the day is a good one.