Photo, photo challenge

A Photo a Week Challenge : Sunrise

It’s winter. Even though the DST was over, you don’t see the sunlight before 9am. One good thing is mostly you don’t see any people neither. COVID-19 situation in Europe is getting worse and worse and afternoon is not a proper time to visit city centre. Nobody know what will happen next. However, you know, there is no night that doesn’t dawn. If winter comes, can spring be far behind?


A contribution to A Photo a Week Challenge: Sunrise by Nancy Merrill Photography.


Mostly Monochrome Monday #228

Small branches blanketing most of the winter silver sky tells coming new cheerful season.


After leaves fell, I learnt that a lot of small branches have been covering up the ground from strong sunlight in summer. Needless to say, it should be obvious, definitely no surprise, but it is just a part of knowledge from text books for common people. It can be a good lesson to walk in a forest. 


A Part of Mostly Monochrome Monday

Bonne journée