It’s especially pretty at sunrise this time of year.
I think the cold air and moisture make the sunrises better. Too much moisture for one over here this morning.
We’ve had some cool cloudless mornings lately and the early morning light has been beautiful. I’m sure that before the winter is over we’ll have some of those multi-day stretches with no sign of the sun. But lately it’s been gorgeous.
Lovely. I confess I don’t see sunrise with any frequency. It’s just over a year since I relocated across the country, but I still tend to live on California time.
I have a feeling that will change. 🙂
Sunrise comes pretty late in the morning this time of year. Catching those midsummer sunrises requires a very early start.
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I especially like the building with logs, two windows.
That’s the old cabin I’ve blogged about before.
LOVE the old cabin (and that’s a particularly lovely window for a log building: ). Is it in good shape, the sill logs, and roof, I mean? It would’ve been right at home in Alvin Maker’s time; ) Just how old IS your farm, anyway??
The logs are in great shape. They’re hand hewn. We put a new roof on it about 10 years ago. There are big windows on the front (the southern exposure) as well. Only a couple of small (shuttered) ones on the northern side.
We say the farm was started here in 1879. I’m sure it was a farm before then, but I’m not positive it was in my family till then. My family has been here since the late 1700s, but I’m just not positive about this specific location.
I particularly like the warm glow of the sun on the cabin. –Curt
It is nice. I like the long shadows cast by the sun when it’s that low in the sky.
Thanks Luke. I’m not much of a photographer but it’s hard to go wrong with those early morning shots.
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