Dunkeld, Scotland, taken on October 8, 2016
Nature exhibits H2O in various wonderful and artistic forms that inspire and touch me. Among them are waterfalls, clouds, icicles, and dewdrops! Morning dew, especially, can sometimes be a delicate work of art – the beauty is unfathomable!
Reykjavik, Iceland, taken on January 28, 2014
The morning glow behind the Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland illuminates the sky for a new day. The only thing is…this photo was taken at almost 11:30am, and the sky was still not completely bright yet! Daylight certainly is scarce and arrives late during the mid-winter in a country as northerly as Iceland!
Edinburgh, Scotland, taken on December 16, 2015
A perfect moonrise over Edinburgh Castle shines in the darkness of the night. Even a sliver of crescent moon is able to light up a sleeping city.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on December 10, 2015
The past month has been so rainy and gloomy in Glasgow that even just a tiny sunshine in the morning gives me the greatest hope of a rainless day, even though we all knew that it would rain again. But hey, the brand new hope of the morn is enough to keep me cheerful throughout the day!
Keflavik, Iceland, taken on August 24, 2015
Final meal of my most recent trip to Iceland – breakfast at Keflavik airport. As my flight was 7:35 in the morning and I had stayed in the airport all night, a gigantic breakfast sounded pleasing, but this was almost even too much for me. Let’s see what we have here…scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, beans, smoked salmon, potato wedges, and toast. Boy, I was so stuffed that morning that lunch wasn’t even necessary. Bye bye Iceland, for now!