I was awake at 4:30 this morning, and being wide awake and unable to get back to sleep I rose and dressed in the dark, came down stairs to a chilly room, lit the fire, and watched the dawn breaking. The dawn chorus was incredible, well worth being up to hear the celebration of the birds that another new day has dawned. The Kookaburras laughed, 3 Swans flew overhead, one of the Sea Eagles was soaring about on the warming air across the river. I stood in the garden listening and observing all that we have around our home, with the scent of the smoke from the fire and a glimmer of snow on the Hartz Mountains in the distance. I was unable to take photos of any of the birds light was not suitable but the garden and morning light on the water well these I can share with you!
I was unable to take photos of any of the birds light was not suitable but the garden and morning light on the water well these I can share with you!
I came inside to a warmer house (marginally) and decided to catch up with my reading of my blogs, and down load some photos onto the computer. As I began Murph our cat wanted a cuddle and jumped up onto the computer desk, well onto the key board. Not happy with this he climbed onto my right arm and sat, not easy to touch type with a cat who weighs in at 5kg on your arm. He eventually decided to climb up and sit over my shoulder, purring and dribbling than slumbering after all it is only 5am and he needs all the cuddles and catnaps he can get.
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