Unexpected Treasures at Sunrise

Here’s another blog I love to follow. Fabulous 50’s lives outside of Cincinnati, Ohio and enjoys photography and travel. Since I’m 50-ish myself and am moving to the country outside of OKC, I feel a special infinity with her. Plus, I share her outlook on life–to stay young, always try new things.

Fabulous 50's

Before heading out to jog the other morning, I wanted to capture some sunrise photographs.  I drove a few minutes along the country roads, found a place to pull off and began shooting the sunrise.  I had a similar experience the day before trying to shoot the sunset.  None of the photographs turned out…but I loved these looking the opposite way from the sunrise of someone’s fence and small pond.  The fence reflection is pretty cool!  And the pink sky is lovely.

Perhaps this can be a metaphor for life…if the direction you’re heading in isn’t working out…try a different way.



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Published by: Paula Williams

Paula Williams is an English teacher whose experience with teenagers informs her work. When she's not reading and writing fantasy books, you might find her published in literary journals--including the acclaimed Del Sol Review--editing author manuscripts, teaching writing conferences, or tutoring disadvantaged kids in Oklahoma City.

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