Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Perfect Sunrise

Capturing the perfect sunrise is not easy when you live in the mountains.  In fact, it’s downright hard, if not impossible, to do.  You’re surrounded by trees in all directions, which block the view of the sun first making its magnificent peep over the mountain tops, as well as, all of its wonderful colors as its exploding onto the earth.   

While I was writing this however I got to thinking, any day the Lord grants us another sunrise is perfect in itself.  No matter if you can view it in all its glory or simply catch smatterings of it as it rises over the mountains and through the trees.  

Psalm 113:3 From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same the LORD's name is to be praised.

Today's parties:

Rambling Woods

Beach Cottage

A Southern Daydreamer

 Until next time my sweet friends remember to,


  1. Treasia, this is a beautiful tribute to the Carolina mountains. I too live in these mountains and love to see the sunrise.
    Hugs, Jeanne

  2. Looks like you and I both had the same idea today! You are so right!! We live in the mountains. And the obstacles are many! First there's the mountains themselves, then lots of trees. If you get past all that, then there's the buildings and power lines. We have to drive quite a distance and find new spots whenever the sun moves, not so easy!!

  3. I like the way the sunrise looks through the autumn leaves.

  4. How beautiful! I love looking out through the trees! ♥

  5. It sure is looking a lot like falll moving towards winter. :)

  6. Hello Treasia...beautiful name and thank you for linking up to Nature Notes..You remind me of an important I forget this time of year and that is that every day is a gift. Wonderful photos.......Michelle

  7. It looks beautiful. You did a great job of capturing that sweet moment.

    I started a link party and would like for you to join. You can share inspiration, ideas, recent work, pictures. Pretty much anything goes.


  8. Lovely post and beautiful photos of the sunlight shining thru the trees. Have a great day!

  9. My sunrises are a little challenged as well . . . one learns fo make the best of what is given.