DSC_4108 tennessee morningDawn in Tennessee in 2011 is one of the most beautiful mornings I’ve seen, ever. Check out all the beautiful morning photos for this week’s photo challenge here.

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    1. Wow, thanks very much Gunta. Perhaps many mornings in Tennessee are misty and mysterious. I don’t know. I was only there one week, but the atmosphere & landscape make some good magic together.


  1. How did I miss this one? I usually get your posts in my inbox, but this one didn’t go there. I swear, WP goes wonky every August. They’ve been dumping comments into spam folders again. 😦 So aggravating!
    At any rate, this is LOVELY, even if I see it 3 weeks later. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks Eliza! I like that fact that it’s nearly B&W except for golden light of morning.
      I hate it when someone does an “enhancement” to software. Back in the day, we always joked “oh, that’s not a bug, it’s a feature”.
      BTW, that big “Blue Cut Fire” is in one of the 2 forest places we take the dogs. I’m not sure if the fire actually burned our dog walk zone, or if its further up the canyon. So, I’ll be doing a post on it — as soon as they let people go back in there.

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        1. It’s 20 miles from home to the place in San Bernardino National Forest where we walk the dogs and where this particular fire is. It’s only 4 miles from home to the other place we walk the dogs, in the Angeles National Forest. I confess that these fires make me think about how close we are to the forest in the nearby mountains. It concerns me. Although we’re constrained to two days per week watering, I have recently turned on our sprinklers to run every night for 10 minutes per section. With our vacation coming, I don’t want to leave a dry crispy yard and dry crispy trees.

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