Here Comes the Sun: Breath-taking Sunrise.

Via on Mar 11, 2014


“We can only appreciate the miracle of a sunrise if we have waited in the darkness”

~ Unknown

This was the beautiful sunrise that I woke up to outside my window one recent morning.

I was so excited to get these photos, that I almost ripped the screen in my impatience to get it off of the window. But it was all worth it.

“If you are not too long, I will wait here for you all my life.”

~ Oscar Wilde

I have always felt a bit of wonderment when watching either a sunrise or a sunset as I know in another location the opposite is happening.

If you think about it long enough, you come to the realization that a sunrise and a sunset are but the same occurrence.

I would love to, and will write more about that last thought soon, but for now the video slide-show is waiting to be seen. This is the instrumental version of Here Comes the Sun by George Harrison:

And of course, the original with the lyrics and great animation by the Beatles:


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About Laura Kutney

Laura Kutney  loves to laugh until her face and stomach hurt. If you opened her secret box, you would find books, words, art, photos and a world of feelings. She can ponder a word for a day, or write a story in an hour. She has a photographic memory but is also dyslexic. Yep, the two coexist inside of her like a little universal joke. Originally a chemical engineer, she is now a mother to three teen children and has been married to her true love for 19 years. Life is good and ever-changing. She counts on the second part of that last sentence sometimes hourly. She can be found here as a featured author for elephant journal, on her blog (Mosaic Commons) and on Facebook.


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