The day began bright and clear. The light streamed in through my window. The rosy color of the rising sun threw a rosy glow across the early sky. The area was illuminated by golden fingers of sunshine. It was truly a beautiful morning.
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Morning. It was still dark out, but not too dark to see by. A perfect morning.
A fresh breeze blew in from the ocean, bringing with it the smell of saltwater and seaweed. Up on the hill, you could see the lights of Santa Cruz twinkling in the distance.
What kind of breakfast would go with this description of a good morning? Pancakes or waffles? Or maybe eggs and bacon? Whatever you choose, make sure it's hot and ready when he gets home from work!
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The early-morning sun gleamed softly on the downtown streets, bringing with it a rush of activity. Shopkeepers opened their stores; drivers rolled down their windows to smoke and drink coffee while they waited for the traffic to die down. In the parks, lovers curled up together under blankets of clouds while music drifted over the scene from nearby street musicians.
The morning sky is one of the most beautiful sights we see every day. It may not be as exciting as the sunset, but it's no less beautiful. And like all things night, there's a story behind its creation that can be learned through simple observation.
The morning sky is always dark outside your window - unless you live in New York or Chicago, where there is usually some light pollution from city centers. So even if it's cloudy out, you can still see plenty of stars using just your naked eye.
From horizon to horizon, there are only two colors in the morning sky: black and white. No gray or brown - just pure darkness interrupted by flashes of bright blue sky between the constellations.
The black part of the sky is empty space. There are no planets or satellites to block out starlight as they orbit around Earth.
Morning The day began bright and clear. Two: The sun streamed in through my window. 3. The early morning light crept into my chamber. 4. The first rays of sunshine entered my chamber and illuminated it. 5: The rising sun's pink color threw a rosy tinge throughout the morning sky. The early-morning sun shined softly on the downtown streets, bringing with it a rush of activity....
The sky was a billion pure eyes of light, and the grass beneath my feet was green. It felt as though darkness and day had fused into one glorious instant. Dawn has arrived. The horsemen arrived in the early light of morning, the sun opening up like a flower on the horizon, rising to send those golden petals to warm the forest: leaf, branch, and root. The riders were Osten and his guard: men from another time and place, warriors by trade, but loyal to no king. They had come to see me sworn to Varden, and when they left they gave me their blessing.
Dawn brought new hope that chased away the nightmares of night. It brought with it a sense of promise and of great joy. The world was reborn and we were part of it.
At first light I saw it in the stars: a new constellation, Varden, holding its sword high in the air. It is the protector spirit of our people, here to watch over us.
The golden rays of the sun illuminate the clouds, meadows, mountains, and valleys. (3) The sunrise symbolizes the sun's passage across the sky. At first, it looks like there is a little ball of light in the sky. It then continues to grow in size and brightness. Finally, it covers half of the sky and disappears below the horizon.
Sunrises and sunsets are two sides of the same coin: nature's reminder that the days are getting longer and the nights are getting shorter. The sun will soon be high in the sky during its journey from sunset to sunrise. For now, it's hiding behind clouds or lying low in the ocean, but soon it will be back with more energy than ever before!
People love to talk about sunrises and sunsets because they are such beautiful events. But they're also important because they help control the temperature inside your home or office. If you want to learn more about sunsets and sunrises, check out these articles: Sunrises and Sunsets. How does the color of the sky change during the day?