It's early on Sunday morning here in South Georgia. This is my favorite time of the week, it is so peaceful, but not quiet by any means. The birds are chirping and fussing, and the wind chimes chiming. May be a while before I have some peace as we are getting ready to remodel our master bathroom. No, they won't be working on Sunday mornings, but the mess of the remodel will be all around me.
I have a habit of getting up with my husband to sit on our screen porch and have a cup of coffee and a bit of conversation before he leaves for work. Every 3rd Sunday I have to be up early for work anyway, but the rest of the time, it's because I want to enjoy this last little bit of time with him before he starts his work week.
He works as a truck driver, not long haul really, but he is gone most of the week, so time with him is precious.
This morning instead of going back to bed immediately I decided I would go outside and see what might inspire me photographically. My usual subjects are flowers in the yard, the sunrise or sunset, the birds and my furbaby.
This morning the birds would not co-operate. I have decided that they recognize the sound of the camera turning on and are photo shy. We have redbirds, a bluejay (that I have yet to catch on camera), mockingbirds and red headed woodpeckers (those last two do eat at the bird feeders) and the occasional squirrel. Also have hummingbirds that come to their feeders. I do occasionally manage to catch them at the feeders, but not this morning.
Here are some views from around my yard.
( Photo overload ahead!)
The beautiful sky above and below with the steeple of the church we are members of in the background.
Confederate Jasmine, Gardenia, Hydrangea (yes, they are that purple), yellow Rose and Alethea.
The ornamental pears on my Bradford Pear tree and the sun as seen through same Pear tree and my front porch.
Hope you have a lovely Sunday, and enjoy the rest of your weekend.