Saturday, November 3, 2007

Dawn breaks gold



To steer away from the blue theme......... dawn breaks over Kabaira, on the North Coast Road.


19 comments:

Clueless in boston said...

Beautiful, it looks so peaceful.

Kate said...

I like the top photo especially!

Anonymous said...

So beautiful, what a lovely place.

dive said...

Oh, my.
Jules, that's a far better gold than all of our crappy autumn leaves.
Wow!

oldmanlincoln said...

The top photo plays with my balance mechanism in my head. Does it bother you this way or is it just me?

Incredible photo colors.

imac said...

Great stuff, The top one caught my eye.

Jilly said...

Dawn breaks gold = dawn breaks beautiful. Fabulous!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Both of these are beautiful, so still and peaceful

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful images.

rich said...

Golden, beautiful, the promise of a new day...
Planet Earth Daily Photo
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NorthBayPhoto said...

Fantastic gold photos.

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Felicia said...

Great photos! I missed the theme day, but it's nice how you've gone from warm blues to warm golds.

Annie said...

You were up early, Jules. Do you live your life there in sync with the sun?

Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

Oh, what beautiful photos.
Yes, I am also curious about what annie asked.

BTW, the statue in my blog is that of Gandhi. :) Thanks for your kind words.

Ann (MobayDP) said...

That top photo...the sky looks like it's rippling :) I love them both. As everyone says they are just so peaceful.

Jules said...

old an lincoln - are you say ing you are seasick????

annie - i was up early today (that is Sunday) but this photo was taken a while ago!!!

photowannabe said...

The golden glow is so lovely. I especially like the first picture.

Erin said...

very professional photos.

looks like home

xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Jules - Beautiful dawn pics - say 'hi' to Steve & family at Kabaira Dive for me. I'm in Oz for a few weeks. I have great trouble getting your blogs (any blogs) in Beijing as they are blocked by 'the powers that be'. God forbid people should read something they shouldn't.