Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Early morning fragments

You will see from the last few valley photos that the sun has not really risen by the time I walk on Mondays and Wednesdays now - sunrise 6.25am: walk 6.00am.

But by the time I get to Treehaven Way there is: soft light; and contrasts; and dew drop to light the day.

©2015 Barry Smith - Vibrant colour on the road
©2015 Barry Smith - Soft bird silhouette on the road sign
©2015 Barry Smith - Unusual flower form - gradually unfolding and reaching for the sky 
©2015 Barry Smith - Dew drops - holding light
©2015 Barry Smith - Covered in crystals
And by the time I get home sun has risen and is lighting the western hills and cloud rolling over those mountains into the valley

©2015 Barry Smith - Valley before I head off for the walk
©2015 Barry Smith - Sunrise lighting up the clouds on the western hills.
©2015 Barry Smith - Light and cloud lakes in the valley as I arrive back home.
We are close to winter - but I feel one can walk early as long as there is light to see the delights of nature.
©2015 Barry Smith - Rainbows enter the house 
And of course winter means the sun is in the north - so rainbows in the house.


  1. Heavenly. Just simply heavenly. Thank you for sharing your morning walk.

  2. Wonderful walk and totally magical sunbeam rainbow. So beautiful, B.

  3. Hi j, p n c - I have tried to respond 3 times to your welcome comments but seem to get thrown out etc. just know I appreciate your visits and comments and being part of our small online art community. Go well. B

  4. omg! that huge plant with the huge flower, at first I thought it was the lochness monster!!


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