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Cold dawns and fresh awakening


A cold morning today. Diamond frost scintillates in the low light. Breath billowing out in clouds. Chill in the air. But a beautiful dawning. Gentle rush of the waves,and cry of a gull. Colours enhanced in the clear air. Snowy headlands merge into blushing sea. A fresh awakening.

blushing sea



Author: iggandfriends

Taking time out to ponder life and everything else. This is the space where I press the pause button on my busy life to reconnect with God, to re-energize, and focus on my creativity. Time out to blow bubbles, walk on the beach, write some stuff, do some needlework, and generally enjoy life once again. You can view my main blog at www.iggandfriends.wordpress.com. I also have another blog at www,faithinthehome.wordpress.com, and a arty/crafty one at http://52weeksofcreations.wordpress.com/. I hope you enjoy visiting :)

12 thoughts on “Cold dawns and fresh awakening

  1. Reblogged this on yasniger and commented:
    Dawns always feel fresh

  2. Reblogged this on poetreecreations.org and commented:
    Nice picture! !!

  3. Lovely thoughts and picture!

    Blessings ~ Wendy

  4. This is either no words to describe or word is useless!
    Thanks for sharing!

  5. Beautiful words and pictures. Love it. 😀

  6. Always a good time for awakenings, even on frosty mornings such as these. But, did you see that red? Dryer air to the east means wetter air to the west. You know what they say about red skies in the morning, sailor. Better keep the eyes peeled; something’s afoot…

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