Wednesday, 27 January 2010

morning

Much as I like winter, I'm not a fan of dark, grey mornings (is anybody?), so it's a joy to open the curtains to this. The day ahead beckons.


Have a great one!

15 comments:

dottycookie said...

I usually get up when it's still dark. Today I forgot to set my alarm and waking up to a light sky was a bit of a shock to say the least!

Simone said...

Beautiful pink bubbly sky! You are very lucky (as you know) to wake up to such a magnificent view!x

ginny said...

you too dear diana xxxx

Pipany said...

How funny! I have posted about this morning's skies too Diana! Thanks you so much again sweet lady for my lovely package. Still grinning from ear to ear. Hope you got my email xx

The Curious Cat said...

I noticed the sky like this on the bus this morning too...delightful... xxx

Petit Filoux said...

What a beautiful photo x

Dragonfly said...

Hmmm, I remember the last time we had such a colourful sunrise, the snow came with gusto the next day! I don't think it'll happen this time, she says with fingers crossed!
We also had the most amazing purple sunset last night too.

Lucette said...

That is a beautiful sky to greet the morning. We too had a bit of sun this morning.

Cottage Garden said...

I've just been over at Pipany's enjoying a beautiful Cornish sky and LOL here is another. Gorgeous!

I look forward with anticipation to my first glorious sunrise of the year!

Jeanne x

kristina said...

What a gorgeous sunrise. Still gray here in Teddington... K x

Lyn said...

Beautiful sky! You are right the grey days get you down but opening the curtains to a sky like that cheers you up.
Love
Lyn
xxx

Ali said...

That's a sunrise worth leaping out of bed for.

bellaboo said...

Funny,I took a very similar pic out of my bedroom window on Wednesday morning!
Loving Walter...and your blog.

Bellaboo

Purrfect Haven said...

thanks, we needed a shot like that here... know just what you mean about the 'grey'... roll on Spring. Helen, D&B

Meggie said...

Magnificent! But do you observe the old 'Red sky in the morning, Shepherd's warning' ?