Not all mornings start with colors; although I prefer it that way.
Our mornings in Langkawi, Malaysia have always started with colors. During the golden hours, the sky exhibited streaks of beautiful colors before it gave way to the orange color when the sun finally crept up in all its glory.
The views from our bungalow in Langkawi was delightful. The image shows an adjacent bungalow in silhouette.
While in Hvar island, Croatia, I slipped out of the hotel early in the morning. Wandering down the harbor, I could see this only fisherman making preparation on his boat, before he set out for a fishing trip.
Our second day in Plitvice Lakes, Croatia started out as a misty day. The photo taken from the hotel window shows mist oozing out from the lakes below.
Coming back to the East, while cruising up the Yangtze River as part of the Three Gorges tour, again mist was all around. Early in the morning, all I could see from the ship’s deck was a sleepy village engulfed in mist.
Early one morning in the open grassland of Inner Mongolia, all I could see were horses grazing on the wide plains. It was an Autumn morning; much of the grass have turned yellow.
Looking out from my living room is a tennis court. The courtyard was still wet from the heavy rain which fell throughout the night. Up above the hills, the clouds were hanging low but the sun has just broken through. It seemed that the sun has finally won the tug of war, rays of light were emerging.
The last photo was taken during our early morning walk in the Liu Shui Heung raw water reservoir in Hong Kong. It is my ideal way of starting the morning. The sun is up and illuminated the pavilion and every plant and tree in the green surrounding.
If we are lucky, we may have more than 30,000 mornings in our lifetime. Just hope that all our mornings are full of joy and gratitude, before a new day is unfolded.