Another Blazing Sunrise

Another Blazing Sunrise

Another blazing sunrise, which have been happening frequently this month.

blazing sunrise
Another Blazing Sunrise

Many of you have seen Tim Price’s recent skies. The skies are ablaze. You can see just a hint of crepuscular rays here… I kept hoping they would fully develop, but they remained a hint only. It did not matter; it was another spectacular New Mexico sky.

10 Replies to “Another Blazing Sunrise”

    1. Hi, Mel! We’ve had a whole string of sunrises like this, and some sunsets, too. If you would like to see some others, Tim Price has several recent posts with his images:
      I was so inspired after this, that I washed the windows and the patio door that look out on my back yard! I think my mood improved just to see through clear windows!!! 🙂 ))))))))))))
      Thank you so much for dropping by!

  1. Beautiful sunrise. I could see it blazing through the bedroom window, but I had too many cats on me. By the time I would have extricated myself, grabbed a camera, and slipped outside, I’m pretty sure the color would have passed.

    1. Hi, Tim. I was up, puttering around, and I could see this one had potential. It was not windy yet, so it was actually pleasant to be out. And, Burton gave me some fresh eggs for breakfast (and more!).
      Sunset cast pink light all over the yard also, but it was cold and windy, and I just didn’t make the effort. Thanks for dropping by!

  2. New Mexico sunrises and sunsets are in a class by themselves. Here in South Carolina, they are very pretty, but have a washed-out, water-color quality about them due to high humidity in the air. Those in Colorado Springs are sometimes wonderful, but again can’t compete–perhaps it is the clarity of the New Mexican air. Thank you for this!

    1. Hi, Carol. Thank you for dropping by. I know how much you and Jerry like the skies of New Mexico! 🙂 Sometimes the sunsets in Tucson, AZ can compete. I also saw some remarkable sunsets over the Galiuro Mountains (this would be looking east at sunset) in the San Pedro River Valley of Arizona. But, here in NM, they are so dependable! I hope you are enjoying South Carolina. Again, nice to see you.

  3. What a gorgeous sunrise! It is so dramatic. Thanks for sharing this with us, Susan.

    1. Hi, Juanita! Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment. You and I are so lucky to see these skies on such a regular basis. 🙂

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