Thursday, 27 September 2012

Sleepy Gambo

Well, guess who got up with (actually before) the birds yesterday morning, made a coffee and went off to take some snaps.....yep, moi!!!!!!

I've often thought that it would be magnificent to look at the sunrise from Joey's Lookout, but of course, that's always when I'm on my way to work....I don't think my carpool buddies would appreciate that!!

So, I woke at around 6 am, peeked out through my blind and thought, I'm gonna do it.

When I got there, it still was not very light and I was a little apprehensive, especially in light of the black bear problem in these parts of late, but I bit the bullet, and look what I got........



All of these were taken between 6:30 and 7:00 am from Joey's lookout on the TCH.  What a spectacular site.  I actually have a ton more, but I'm having trouble uploading them.  It keeps saying that I've exceeded my quota, so I'll have to try and iron that out.  Hubby and I are going to the city for the weekend, so I'll take my laptop and get some help.

I'll post more of these pics asap

Cheers
;o)

6 comments:

  1. These are beautiful!!!

    Blogger uses Picasa for photos. I'm guessing you have exceeded your storage space. I saw how I was about to reach my limit and started downsizing my photos. My storage numbers haven't changed since I started doing that. If you don't load photos larger than 800 on either side, it doesn't count against you.

    However, I see you have Google+ and I thought that was supposed to greatly increase the limits? Let me know what you find out.

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  2. That's strange. I just put my photo's on my computer first then only select the ones to upload to the blog that i want to publish. I've never heard of a limit or having to put them on Picasa first, that's not required.

    You now also have the option of putting your photos in Google Drive which gives you 5.00 gb's of free space for storage. The good thing about GD is if anything happens to your computer the photos are safe.

    Beautiful pictures btw, I can't imagine living near such beautiful water and sunrises. We're surrounded by all green here :)

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  3. I love the light in these photos; it almost makes it seem like summer isn't over, after all!

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  4. We live on a beautiful planet. No doubt about that.

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  5. Oh my those shots were worth getting up early for, thankyou for sharing. :)

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