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“At 4.30 am, the locals, who wake up earlier, have to pitch tents for rent. Their new day starts in that way routinely!
I went to the beach at 4am to catch the sunrise, which was obviously my triumph because I hardly get up early! The sunrise was awesome. The breeze was super cool. And after taking photos of the sun, I felt asleep easily. That was one of the best sleeps I ever had! ”
What a bright, fresh,wonderful start to a new day! I wonder how the people setting up their tents feel about it. Perhaps, day in, day out, they just get used to it. Maybe they would think waking up in a big city would be a great and exciting start to the day.
Look how bright the day is. I am going to try and find out sunrise times around the world and blog them. In some country at 4am on4th April the sun will already be up – it will be fantastic to see the contrasts in light around the globe!
…End Of The World
A very appropriate title for this picture. Can you feel the stillness and the silence?
Not a ripple to be seen on the water. Would you be tempted to find a pebble and disturb the glass-like lake? Would you sit by the waters edge and meditate? Perhaps the diving board would prove too much temptation to you?
With not a soul in sight you could dance, and shout and scream and sing without inhibition!