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Uploaded: 03/11/08 11:09 PM GMT
Country Sunrise
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Work has FINALLY slowed down so I can start doing what I love best- taking photos of what we often miss in this hustle and bustle world. I knew I was risking being late for work to stop and take this, but I thought - who cares? I may never see a sunsrise as beautiful as this again. I have missed viewing and conversing with all of you SO much. It's good to be back! Hope you enjoy.

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::cynlee
03/12/08 12:01 AM GMT
And such a beautiful sunrise too! I think you made the only choice possible, Eileen. So you took your coffee break a little earlier than usual! lol I love the setting and the colors are simply outstanding. I like the wooden fence in the shadows. This looks like it might be a farm with horses. I also like the variety of forms that are silhouetted on the horizon.
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::Hottrockin
03/12/08 12:36 AM GMT
Strikin' & stunning mood exudes!! A fantabulous find E!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round?? Picture Purrrfect .
::0930_23
03/12/08 2:21 AM GMT
What a beautiful photo you chose for your return Eileen. Both the photo and your return brighten my day. I love the fence and that red sky. It doesn't get any better than this. Kinda like Bedico Creek in the old Old Milwaukee Beer ad.
Congratulations on a successful return.

Tick
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I'll meet you at the edge of the sunlight, just behind the shadows. The Ghost
::tigger3
03/12/08 2:30 AM GMT
Eileen, I faved this wonderful country sunrise. I love the composition and everything about it. So glad you took the time to stop for a shot. Welcome back, It's great to have you back.
Sandi♥
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life.
Leed
03/12/08 2:31 AM GMT
Wow -- this is so beautiful and peaceful and beautiful. Did I mention how beautiful I think your photo is? It's nice that you stopped to take this photo because now ALL of us can enjoy it!
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::danika
03/12/08 5:10 AM GMT
Welcome back Eileen ... A gorgeous sunrise & if you were late for work ... who cares? ... this capture was well worth it. Glad to have you back. ;-)
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Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away ~ George Carlin
::Roseman_Stan
03/12/08 1:05 PM GMT
Ooooo.... Very nice! :o)

Stan
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“Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you” - Richard Brinsley Sheridan
::Papi11on
03/12/08 3:49 PM GMT
Great to see you posting again, Eileen. Such a beautiful image to greet a new day. I like the mistiness on the horizon.
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::phasmid
03/12/08 5:43 PM GMT
Nicely done, and welcome back. I'm glad you're finding some time to breathe!

:)PJ
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"Where there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little our eyes permit us to see." ~Dorothea Lange
::Mvillian
03/13/08 5:19 AM GMT
Hello Eileen! Very pretty, its perfect!
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Just take the picture
.Genver
03/13/08 7:26 PM GMT
Very nice colors and sky,really good.
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.shedhead
03/13/08 7:57 PM GMT
This Colors in this,Sunrise,has a sort of,Dreamy soft feel to it,it's well worth you being abit late,for work.
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I might not be able to comment on all your pictures,But l try to look at as many as l can. Thanks My Friends.
.gerryp
03/14/08 9:32 AM GMT
Very strong image Eileen!!...like the composition and sunrises are always good subject...gerry
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"The more we come in contact with animals, and observe their behaviour, the more we love them, for we see how great is their care for their young." - philosopher Immanuel Kant
.ezulwinikid
03/15/08 3:07 AM GMT
This is stunning! Well worth stopping for! Thank you for sharing:)
Deborah
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" I' ve seen the sunrise in a thousand ways, I' ve seen the wonder of a summer storm, I' ve seen a mountain that touched the sky...... " Chris De Burgh

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