Was up well before sunrise this morning ... but it didn't (at least not visibly) ... misty & grey ALL day!
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In reply to HAZY:
Maybe Hazel will do the honours Mike.
No pressure then ? !! I'll get Amazon Alexa to set my alarm lol
You'll need to get in quick, the sunrises have started to get earlier!
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In reply to TeeJay:
TeeJay said:Sunrise, what's that? Come to think of it what's the Sun?
It's definitely been on rationed supply the last year!
Here's a reminder of the first posted sunrise of 2019...
A Llandullas sunset from February 2019
In reply to gaynorsl:
gaynorsl said:Lovely sunrises and sunsets from both Alan and Mike, I looked out at 7.00 this morning but it was still too dark so don't get Alexa up working too early Hazy. My son had a real laugh the other morning apparently when the two kids were trying in vain to shut the robot up when the alarm had been set in error and they couldn't find the right words to switch it off!!!!!! So glad I still have the old clock:-)
Thank you Gaynor.
Yes, I have an aversion to them, preferring the good old reliable clock.
To save Hazy any pressure, I've started the thread for 2020; Sunrises and Sunsets 2020 Share your photos here
I know we're well in to 2020, but this image, a screen grab from the dashcam, was captured 30 Dec 2019, on my drive to Conwy.
Catching the sun's rays as the sun was rising, while driving westbound on the A55.
Taken from Island Mere Hide at Minsmere Tues evening.
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