This morning, at around 7:25 or so, I saw a fantastic sunrise near my house in South Fayette. I am actually pointing to that sunrise in the photo, which can be found above this blog post. It was a rather interesting sunrise, to say the least.
As I prepare to take my final evening walk of 2016 tomorrow afternoon at around 5:00, I’m gonna show you some of my top blog posts, which are about clouds, sunrises and sunsets … and today, I’m gonna show you my top blog posts, which are all about sunrises.
A gorgeous sunrise (August 28, 2016)
A colorful sunrise (May 13, 2016)
I see a sunrise … and some raindrops, too! (December 11, 2015)
What a great sunrise this is! (April 20, 2015)
A beautiful sunrise (August 9, 2015)
A “golden” sunrise (June 4, 2016)
A Scary Sunset … And A Calm Sunrise (August 4, 2015)
Is this a fantastic sunrise or what? (April 11, 2015)
Since I started writing my blog posts on WordPress.com over two years ago, I have written 16 blog posts about Sunrises … and I’m only able to show you half of the posts that people have seen the most often. Now, the blog post that I wrote on August 4, 2015 falls into two categories. It’s a blog post about a sunrise … and it’s also a blog post about a sunset.
Enjoy your day!
At around 8:00 yesterday morning, I was standing outside in our backyard … and I saw a little bit of everything while I was standing outdoors. I saw bare trees, some dark clouds and a lot of leaves while I was outside.
Let me tell you exactly what I saw yesterday morning.
First, I saw a lot of leaves near our backyard. Most of the leaves have now fallen onto the ground.
Second, I saw a nice sunrise and I saw a lot of dark clouds in the sky while the sun was rising.
Finally, I saw a lot of bare trees near our tree house.
As you can plainly see here, it’s beginning to look a lot like Fall, even though, at times, it may not feel like it too much outdoors.
While I was outdoors this week, I saw so many interesting clouds. Of course, I saw the usual clouds, which were in the skies above National Hill … and I also saw some very dark clouds while I was walking one day … and I also saw a wonderful sunrise while I was walking one morning.
First, on October 24, 2016, I saw some grey clouds and some white clouds in the skies above National Hill.
Then, on October 25, 2016, I saw all kinds of clouds in the skies above National Hill. I took three pictures of those clouds while I was walking on that chilly day.
Finally, on October 26, 2016, I saw a gorgeous sunrise in the skies above National Hill. While I was walking that morning, the skies were purple, pink, yellow and orange.
I hope you liked this interesting blog post as much as I did. Again, you never know what you’ll see in the sky whenever you look at it on a daily basis.
On the morning of August 27, 2016, I saw this gorgeous sunrise in the skies above Cuddy. The clouds here are orange and pink! The sky is dark purple, pink, orange and, of course, blue.
On May 31, 2016, I saw a “golden” sunrise in the skies above Cuddy. It was a very interesting thing to see. Also … the clouds were either purple or dark grey that morning. This is probably one of the best sunrises that I have ever seen.
On May 9, 2016, I saw a very colorful sunrise in the skies above Cuddy. It was one of the most exciting things that I have ever seen in my life. The clouds that I saw in the sky that morning are pink and orange. I really like to see interesting sunrises and sunsets in the sky whenever I can. I hope you like this sunrise as much as I do.
This morning, we had a fantastic sunrise here on National Hill. Some of the clouds were black and purple. To me, that was an unusual combination, but at least we still had a fantastic sunrise. In my opinion, the clouds were easy to look at this time around.
Last month, I wrote a blog post entitled “A Scary Sunset…And A Calm Sunrise.” In it, I talked about a scary sunset that I saw on a stormy night…and I also talked about a calm sunrise that I saw the following morning. I was inspired to write this blog post because I love to see unusual sunsets and sunrises on a regular basis. They almost always make me smile.
Here’s a link to that blog post now …
A Scary Sunset…And A Calm Sunrise