15 thoughts on “waking up in the pink by the bluebells.

    1. Hi Holly – It can be pretty tough. I have sort of committed myself to keep this up for a bit and actually sigh with relief if its raining or too cloudy etc to get a result because it means I don’t have to step outside at the crack of dawn like some crazee. Pretty lucky to have a big view near the house with the horizon so wide the sun is somewhere running along it to order all year.Its not really too much effort…. its just the falling out of bed bit – earlier and earlier now – that gets a bit rough. Sometimes its the only time you actually get to see the sun all day, so it is worthwhile though! ❤

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      1. I give you all the credit, you are dedicated and love the shots you are able to catch. I am not a morning person, but getting more interested in photography, though I am not good…still…I need to get up and catch the mornings! hugs!

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      2. You take some wonderful photos Holly so I am sure the sun is waiting for you out there! I am also sure you would get hooked if you started to catch the sunrises so be warned! Hugs to you! ❤

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  1. I am getting up at 5.30 each day and I do think it is the best time albeit a little chilly (1c here overnight). I have seen a rabbit amongst our bluebells this morning and I am still waiting for the return of ‘our’ Roe Deer.

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