A to Z Challenge – D for Dawn

“We went down into the silent garden. Dawn is the time when nothing breathes, the hour of silence. Everything is transfixed, only the light moves.”
Leonora Carrington

Dawn

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Dawn Over The Himalayas

I’m not usually up before dawn. But the times when I am up early, I adore dawn. It is this hopeful, incredible time when I truly appreciate the beginning of a new day. I don’t feel rushed because there is plenty of time to get ready for the day. Everyone else is usually asleep, so I can indulge in some me time. It’s a time to meditate and think about the possibilities. I should get up  early to enjoy dawn more often!

What is your favorite time of day? Why? 

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17 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge – D for Dawn

  1. Dawn is my favorite time of day! I walk to work very early in the morning and I usually get to see the sun rise on my way. The moment the sun breaks over the mountain peaks is really quite magical. 🙂

  2. I have a bad habit of cycling into a sleep pattern where I am up at dawn for a consecutive period of days. I usually try to make the most out of the time as it can be “me” time just like you described.

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  4. Fantastic shots. I like dawn. I used to be a morning person, write best early on, but as I get older I seem to have shifted to be more a night person. Love a good sunrise or sunset picture. 🙂

  5. Ana, these pictures are beautiful. My favorite time of the day is early morning. I love to watch the sun come up especially in the summer when I can sit outside with a cup of coffee. It is the perfect way to start the day.

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