Share Six: March 2020: Morning

Good {Morning} to you from Bar Harbor in what feels like the wee hours.  Oh yes, once again we are back up and heading out to watch the breaking of the day.  Bar Harbor is perhaps one of the most beautiful sunrises I have experienced, and I have sat through quite a few.  Something we had learned over our days in Maine, is that the fog rolls in and out quite unexpectedly.  This morning was no exception.

When we first arrived, I actually thought that the fog was an island.  However, it kept moving closer.  The weather was chilly for such an early morning, but we took coffee along with us.  I moved around a bit on the dock to try and catch the boats heading out for their early morning fishing, and then back to try my best to capture this gorgeous boat in the sunrise.

This month Share Six’s theme is {Morning} and this is mine.

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If you have not been to Bar Harbor, then it should be on your bucket list.  Not only is it a quaint town, but it is also the gateway to the Arcadia National Park.  A park well worth visiting.  Added to that you are right up near the Canadian Border as well, and a ferry ride to Nova Scotia.  We stayed in the town limits, and walked up and down the streets and down to the waterfront.  There were a lot of interesting little shops to browse through.  The highlight of the town was we had one of the best calamari we have ever had and we also got to eat lobster tails, (something we don’t often do 🙂 )

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Thank you for joining me for this month’s Share Six blog post.  This is a circle blog.  I love sneak peaks – they are always amazing.  This is an incredibly talented group of ladies.  Please take time to visit my friend and very talented artist Michèle of Michèle Tremblay Photo and see what she has for you this month. To check out her Facebook page click here and her Instagram page here.

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Tell me a story: November 2018

Life is hectic, Thanksgiving has come and gone and the blog goes live tomorrow.  Work is gearing up to d-day in 10 days and so my time has become somewhat limited.  Christmas decorations need to go up this weekend and the blog needs to be done.

In all of this busyness, Richard, knowing that I needed some down time suggested we head to the beach to watch the sunrise and then go for breakfast, knowing that once I got home I had work to do.  He even chose to go to my favorite beach.

As most of you know early morning is really not my thing, but the moon was pretty cool this particular morning and as it has been for the rest of the week.  Last night I was able to identify Venus and Saturn floating around the moon.  I love this pier and the early morning sky was pretty spectacular as the sun was coming up.  This particular morning the reflections on the edge of the waves was pretty neat.

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I really wanted to finish up the Boston blog but that was not happening for me this week.  So the morning on the beach is what I have to offer.  I have to be honest Richard was right, I needed that time to decompress.

Thank you for joining me this month as we spend time sharing another day in our lives.  This is a circle blog.  Take some time to view what the other artists have for you this month.  Mindy Sauvageau  is up next and I can’t wait to read what she has to share.

 

10 on 10: April 2018

We have had some pretty spectacular sunrises lately what I am seeing on my drive to work.  It’s a bummer because I am always on the highway and not able to stop.  So on my day off I decided to drag myself out of bed and head to the beach while it was still dark.  Deerfield Beach is one of my favorites because of the pier.  So I settled in to wait and watch the sun make it’s appearance once again, and to be grateful for a new day.

There was plenty of cloud cover and I was not sure I was going to get too much, but I loved how the sky changed color as the sun got higher.

Here is my morning on the beach watching the sun show it’s face.

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Thank you for joining me for this month’s 10 on 10.  This is a circle blog.  Please take time to visit my fellow blogger Lexie Merrit and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.

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Sunrises and Sunsets

Sunsets and sunrises out back on the canal, the ever changing skyline of the Everglades that I view each night.  I recently decided to print myself a calender of these different views.   I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

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