I went out a 4:30 am this morning to let in the irrigation water. The sunrise had a bit of color. A vulture circled over head eyeing me the whole time. I assure him, no matter what he thought I looked like from getting up a 4:30, I was alive and kicking. I got to work late because of the irrigating, and left work late getting work done. Alameda Blvd was at a standstill at the office, so I went south to Paseo Del Norte, which was slow but moved along. It took me 30 minutes to get home instead of 15 minutes. I would have probably been in traffic for an hour or longer on Alameda. The sunset was not very colorful, but I did take it from the four cardinal directions.
Animals / Birds / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / landscapes / Sunrise / Sunset / Trees
46 thoughts on “Sunrise, Vulture, Sunset”
Wow beautiful 🤗
Thanks, Gabriela. How’s you shoulder?
My pleasure Timothy. I am better. It may take 2 months or so to heal, but I will be fine. Maya and Mr. Churchill send purrs and treats to everyone.
We all send you hugs and healing purrs.
Thank you 😊
Are you in SoCal? If so, did I know and forget? (I’m in LB)
I’m in New Mexico on the Rio Grande. A long way from Long Beach.
Alameda and Paseo Del Norte are both streets around here.
The problems of common street names and chronic arterial congestion within cities make it difficult to place where Intenet dwellers are in real space. I would have asked if you were in central New Mexico based on those two street names and no other context.
Another wowza! Beautiful my friend!
Lovely start to the day here.
‘Out 4:30 am this morning…’ the early bird catches the worm and takes beautiful photographs!
That Herma. Gets the irrigation water to.
Ah, vulture was probably happy to find someone awake at this time to share the skies! 😉 From North to South and East to West, sunrise to sundown, beautiful! 🌻
Thanks, Marina. I think Vulture looks hungry.
Nuh!!!! 😉…just intrigued! 😉
An intrigueing hunger indeed.
You have a great way of capturing beautiful skies. 🙂
Oh, that gorgeous sky from all directions!!
Thanks, Mary Jo.
As always, gorgeous. 4:30 to get the irrigation water… ugh. I was still snoring at that time 😉
Lucky you. Thanks, Dale.
4:30 is not a time I want to be waking up at! Which I do most times before I roll over 😉
There’s waking up, and there’s getting up, and then there’s waking up and getting.
Made me laugh – same conversation I have with the vultures who like to circle overhead during my long runs.
Thanks, Brian. We have keep some of them critters in line.
Wow, Tim, your NM skies are spectacular from every angle!😍
We have plenty of vultures but no beautiful skies like this!
Your sunsets are always amazing, Tim. I laughed out loud thinking of your conversation with the vulture!! Tim 1 Vulture 0!
Thanks, Rebecca. I’m happy you got a laugh our of it.
I love those skies over your area, Tim! And the vulture. We have a small group of them here who swoop low and check us out from time to time.
Vultures are always looking for a big meal it seems to me. Thanks, Lavinia.
You have some crazy skies!
It’s like … revelation.
You say you want some Revelations well you know. Kind of apacoluptic, also. Thanks, Resa.
Hey, Charlotte saw our parody on my GLAM blog. She left us a comment. I didn’t know, because I’ve been on Art Gowns. Each site is connected to a different email, with different username and login.
I’ll have to find it.
Superb! The sceneries are really amazing.
Thanks, Flo. The skies have been especially wild and beautiful lately.
Wow from me too! That’s some shot of that vulture Tim ..