NATURE'S SPARKLE



NATURE'S SPARKLE



A CREATIVE HARBOR


Welcome to A Creative Harbor. Hope you enjoy your visit and will come by again. The photo above is of another view from my home. This was actually a sunrise on a day that was slowly turning gray. Thus, when I completed taking the photo it reminded me of night time. Nature is an every day wonder.

We linked today with 52 Photos Project and the prompt was for 'twinkling lights'. I felt the photo above reminded me of 'twinkling lights'. I also took another photo which definitely has the more conventional 'twinkling lights' connotation. It is obviously the second photo. Yet, I love the top photo better. Enjoy and click the orange link to see other wondrous photographers work.

'twinkling lights'



Hope you find enjoyment in both photos.



Hugs and namaste,



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Comments

  1. I love the top photo, too! I love the view you have and never tire of seeing pictures. Have a great Wednesday!! :)

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  2. double the pleasure with the lights glowing off the window . . . magical!

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  3. deare carol,
    so happy to have you join in for twelve days of mary! it is always a perfect way to start the day!

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  4. Both photos are gorgeous! I really like the reflections off the window in the second, but the sun on the water - stunning!

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  5. I liked both photos. The first was the best. Do you get to see that every morning?

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  6. Loving the light you've shared!

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