Light | Sunburst

This weeks Tuesday Photo Challenge is Light.  I was at the beach last week, as some of you know, and I went out for my sunrise photos.  Well, I was afraid that there wouldn’t be any sun for my sunrise because it had been raining throughout the night.  There was cloud coverage in the morning, but there was definitely a sunrise, and what a sunrise it was.

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I love the sunburst effect of a sun peeping out from behind the clouds.  I also loved all of the color that the sun being behind those clouds so early in the morning created.  It was a beautiful morning and while I still don’t feel as if this photo does it justice, I hope you enjoy it nonetheless.

BFN!

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I'm a Mother, a Military Wife, a Student, a Blogger, and an Amateur Photographer. I may wear many hats, but deep down I'm still me.

19 thoughts on “Light | Sunburst

    1. Thank you and thank you. I love sunrises. Especially at the beach. I never leave without catching at least one, no matter how little sleep I’ve had lol. Secondly, the name of the blog I’ve had for years and Though I feel I’ve slightly outgrown it, I’m not ready to let it go. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your wonderful comments. Have a great day!

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        1. I have a domain/blog name mismatch right now because the organization that owns the domain that would match my blog won’t sell. I’ve been debating changing the name, but I just can’t do it. My blog has had this name for about 12 years now… I just can’t let it go.

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