After four days of snowfall and dangerous winds, it was finally safe enough for a beach stroll at dawn. Fast moving cloud cover continuously changed the colors and hues of the sunrise.
After many days of snow and heavy cloud cover, dawn’s arrival included an appearance of the sun. With the frigid Atlantic encroaching upon the snow covered sands, summer seems further away than ever...
As the Lenten season begins, dawn brings one more sunrise before the oncoming snowstorm that visits the Jersey Shore tomorrow.
In the aftermath of back to back to back winter storms, dawn jaunts to the beach are getting more challenging. The snow and ice covered boardwalk is difficult to navigate, and getting onto the snow capped beach is the best option these days.
As dawn followed last evenings snow melting rain, the sun painted the remaining clouds in hues of pastels as it met the horizon.
Near cloudless sky at dawn as sunrise temperatures approached forty degrees. As the snow recedes from the beach, thoughts of spring less than four weeks away, bring a sense of hope that our coldest days are behind us.
A brisk offshore wind didn’t push the clouds far enough east by sunrise today, but temperatures in the upper forties was a welcome relief from the sub freezing temperatures of the last two months.
With a forecast for rain this weekend, today’s dawn becomes more meaningful. If, in our daily lives, we were to know what lies ahead for us, would we treasure each today more?