I’m getting into practice for National Dawn Chorus Day which is tomorrow morning so got up around 4am to greet the dawn.
I didn’t see or meet a soul. The sunrise over Tramore Bay was stunning and whetted every sense imaginable:
I couldn’t resist a swim in lovely Garrarus. The tide was perfect and the sea embraced and minded me like an old friend.
13 thoughts on “Saturday Senses ~ Sweet and Salty Sunrise”
A beautiful gallery of images. You are so brave to go swimming! P
Thanks Patsy. So glad you like the photos. As for ‘brave,’ I’d say ‘addicted.’
During the winter, I like to sleep late; but this time of year I love to get up and greet the dawn. 🙂
Hi Sheryl, it’s a spectacular time of the day, isn’t it?
They are stunning dawn shots Jean. I’m tempted to set the alarm for tomorrow and jog a couple of miles before breakfast.
Go do it, Roy! It’s well worth the effort.
I am impressed!
I just love greeting the dawn. It’s so quiet and peaceful and there usually not a lot of other people about. When we used to vacation in South Caroline, I would get up very early to go for my run on the beach. I would time it so that I could watch the sunrise. It was beautiful and set the tone for my whole day. (Of course, the day would have to include a nap since I got up so early, but that’s the beauty of being of being on vacation.)
Hi Nancy, I love the way you write of setting the tone for the whole day. Couldn’t agree more.
Beautiful pictures, Jean.
Thanks very much, Navigator.