Monday, October 7, 2013

Morning Light

Morning Light

First view from my window 
this morning...



Sunshine

 I love how sunshine
slowly slips into my garden
as light begins to filter 
through the trees.



A Glorious New Day

It reminds me of how inspiration seeps into my heart 
and its light fills me with understanding.

This is going to be a glorious day...
 my soul is filled 
with fresh inspiration
from a weekend of listening.






Listen...
Inspiration just may touch your heart 
as well.





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Highland, Utah, USA





22 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Now that is a great way to start the morning! I love how the morning light touches the leaves and needs of the trees!

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    1. Thank you Karin. I'm especially enjoying that scene as I know that soon the frost will come that will put my gardens to slumber for the Winter.

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  2. Morning light filtering into a beautiful garden is indeed inspirational. Your photos are beautiful I also enjoyed your previous post, also inspirational with gorgeous photos!

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    1. Thank you Deb. So glad my images touched your heart.

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  3. That is a morning scene that should sing to your very soul!

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    1. And it does...hope you found sweet refreshment as well!

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  4. Carolyne, stunning pictures! I love mornings, they are beginning of a day and the sunshine in the morning is always lovely!

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    1. We have something in common, Nadezda... I love mornings too... they are magical in my gardens.

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  5. Your photos look like paintings, the light is so perfect. That is exactly what I've been marveling at this autumn - the light. It's truly amazing how different it is than the summer sunlight. You have a beautiful view.

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    1. Thank you Holley. Isn't it amazing how light touches our hearts... I also marvel at the softness of Autumn light. Great for taking long walks... and picture taking!

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  6. A beautiful vignette! There's just something about the morning that is so clean and beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, Indie... morning is my fav. :)

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  7. Lovely light, and conference was great, wasn't it? I especially appreciated Elder Holland's sensitive treatment of mental illness and President Eyring's tender talk. I love the way Elder Bednar thinks and teaches. Also Sister Stephen's example of graceful confidence and the ability of women to receive and teach inspiration - wow.

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    1. In all my years of gathering my family together to watch conference each October and April... this was surely my favorite. So much goodness for a weary world to hear... and do. Are we listening?

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  8. The light is perfect in your photos. What a lovely time of year--I'm revelling in it, as well, and I'm feeling very thankful and peaceful. Is that a Redbud tree? We have one, too, and it's my favorite!

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    1. It is a redbud tree... and they are a favorite of mine as well.

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  9. Carolyn, I like what sunlight does to an Autumn garden. Your first picture is quite artistic.

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    1. Thank you Alistair...I bought that little basket on clearance at Home Depot and it has brought me smiles ever since.

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  10. Thank you for sharing your lovely gardens! I live in Eagle Idaho, Fall came quickly here and th trail I walk early every morning is magical in the first light of morning as well! Nothing like those first moments at the begining of a brand new day!

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    1. You are so right... I've seen that trail on your blog and it is magical.

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  11. I too watch the sun slowly light up the garden as it lights up each leaf. Lovely beginning to your day.

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