Sunrise Through the Trees

Sunrise through the Trees

Sunrise here in New Mexico holds the potential to always surprise. Today was no exception. The sunrise views usually seen from my home show the Sandias in the background, and a colorful sky. There was some of that this morning. But what made today a bit unusual was the colorful show to the North.

Sunrise through the trees, very colorful, but unusual because this is facing North rather than East.

The skies of New Mexico, “Land of Enchantment,” never disappoint, whether they are the cloudless turquoise skies of much of the year, or the brilliant colors of many of our sunrises and sunsets, or the impressive storm clouds of our monsoon season.

I never cease to be amazed, however, at how different our sky can be, minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day, season by season. I cannot remember seeing such a brilliantly colored sunrise to the North before.

6 Replies to “Sunrise Through the Trees”

    1. Hi, Tim. I took a few shots from the usual place, but something said, “look out front.” In a way, it was luck, and I am very happy about it.
      Nice to see you this morning!

    1. Hi, Pearl. Thank you!!!
      It was very short-lived, as such things are, but I thought it was extraordinarily beautiful also.
      Thank you for stopping by, and for the comment!

  1. It is so special to see our sunrises and sunsets. Thank you for sharing this beautiful, magical sunrise.

    1. HI, Juanita. It is so nice to see you here!
      That truly was a magical sunrise, here in the land where we are used to amazing sunrises and sunsets. I am so glad you enjoyed the image.

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