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Friday, October 8, 2010

Sunrise

When Cliffie and I went down to the barn to help David feed this morning,
we saw a beautiful sunrise.
but when we looked towards Pike's Peak,
we saw storm clouds.
When the clouds cleared, we saw
snow!

8 comments:

in2paints said...

What a neat post, and what beautiful pictures!! I would love to have a view like that. :)

Funder said...

WOW! What a sunrise! I dunno about you, but I'm very glad the snowline is still so high up. It's pretty, but I'd like some fall weather before winter, thanks!

~ Tom said...

Wow Terry! Wow.

Lori Skoog said...

Great shots Terry. Gives me some real perspective on where you live.

Flartus said...

Amazing! And beautiful...I had forgotten you live within sight of Pike's Peak. We visited there on a cross-country drive when I was 6 years old. All I remember is being scared on the drive up, b/c there were no guard rails on the road, and of being very surprised at how cold it was up there on a summer day!

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Beautiful photos...but the snow is coming all too soon !!.....just getting over last winter, it was the worst up in Scotland for 50 yrs..I was blocked in for 4 weeks...just couldn't get down the track !!......Jayne

Canyon Girl said...

I love sunrise and your photos are absolutely gorgeous.--Inger

Flartus said...

Hi Terry, just stopping by to answer your question about five-spice powder. It's something you buy, though if your grocery store doesn't have a great spice selection, you may have to hit a specialty or Asian store. I'd forgotten that was in there! If you do buy it, it's useful for all kinds of things: casseroles, chicken, and of course lots of Asian dishes. Let me know how it goes!