Morning Has Broken

Harri

Neston, United Kingdom

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I had a wonderful day yesterday. I woke early (before my alarm – DAM – not so good!!) I stepped out into the crisp morning to feed my birds and Squiggies (Squirrels) in the garden and noticed there was a bit of pink in the sky! Hurray! A lovely dawn if I could be quick enough to catch it. I donned on some winter clothing as fast as I could and with my trusty camera I raced out to catch some early morning winter sun. I did not have to walk far until I came to a field, and there before me was the glorious sun just beginning to peek over the tree line in the distance. I watched for a little while as the sun rose and then I decided to walk further onto the main road as the sun would be straight ahead round the corner. There had been quite a frost the night before and the dry leaves were laced with frost. They crunched loudly under my feet, sounding like I was walking on fresh cornflakes! I passed the pub on the corner and the garage and headed on towards the dairy farm. The sun had risen a little higher by now but looking over the fields to the right of the road it shone brilliantly. I stood in the track to the farm and steadied my camera on the fence to get a better shot. The cows were in the barns still being milked and were mooing. I realized how lucky I was to have all this here on my doorstep.
I decide after a while to walk back to the first field now the sun was higher. As I passed the pub for a 2nd time I noticed two horses in the field next door. They had their blankets on, but you could see the cold air as it left their nostrils. Slowly, first one then the other they came over for a closer look, and I took the opportunity to take some photos of them. The morning sun softly catching their faces on this frosty morning. I thanked them for their time and apologized for not having anything to give them in return. As I almost reached the first field a saw my own foot prints from earlier, solitary, on the crushed leaves and grass. It felt good, I felt a feeling of space and peace. I looked across the field where I had stood earlier that morning. The sun was much higher now and more yellow than pink as it had been before. I took some more photos and headed back home, refreshed and happy.

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