Cloud cover, borne on southeasterly winds, painted dawn over the ocean as the peeling back of the sky, allowing in the light of a new day.
After two straight days of clouds and rain at dawn, it was good to visit the beach when the clouds parted and enjoy the beauty of a rolling surf challenging the brisk westerly breezes.
Sunrise over the Atlantic as the gentle rollers meet the shore, lined with seagulls faced forward towards the westerly winds. The days are getting longer as each sunrise arrives earlier than the dawn before, measured in minutes.
Dawn arrived quietly on this day we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King and his legacy of leadership of a peaceful movement to bring about necessary change.
What could be learned today from his measured and disciplined methods to accomplish the goals of equality.
On this fifty-ninth Presidential Inauguration Day, the dawn arrived shortly before a heavy snow squall under moisture burdened clouds
The sunrises begin earlier each day but the cold of winter is going to be around for a while.
When a thirty-five degree breeze feels warm on your face on a winter dawn, you know that your soul has accepted the season.
Under pillowey, low hanging clouds, dawn arrived and was greeted by a westerly gale, flattening the inshore Atlantic.
Some cold winter mornings, when a cloudless sunrise arrives, the commonness of the appearance seems not noteworthy. However, it reminds us that every dawn begins a new day filled with opportunities, if we can just look for them.
The solitude of a meditative walk at dawn are directly correlated to the temperature and the time of sunrise. Preparation for the day ahead, mentally and spiritually, is key for being in control of thoughts and reactions to the encounters that will lie ahead.