MORNING HAS BROKEN: Weekly Photo Challenge

Morning has broken, like the first morning”

MOUNTAIN MORNING

MOUNTAIN MORNING

“Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird”

BLACKBIRD HAS SPOKEN

BLACKBIRD HAS SPOKEN

“Praise for the singing, praise for the morning”

PRAISE FOR THE MORNING

PRAISE FOR THE MORNING

“Praise for the spinging fresh from the word.”

KIAWAH MORNING SPRINGING FRESH

KIAWAH MORNING SPRINGING FRESH

“Sweet the rain’s new fall, sunlit from heaven”

SWEET RAIN

SWEET RAIN

“Like the first dew fall on the first grass…..”

MORNING GRASSES

MORNING GRASSES

‘Praise with elation, praise every morning.”

GOLDEN SUNRISE

GOLDEN SUNRISE

“God’s recreation of the new day.”

LIKE THE FIRST DAY

LIKE THE FIRST DAY

NOTE: Although Cat Stevens made the Morning Has Broken lyrics famous in his 1971 song, the lyrics were originally written in 1931 as a Christian hymn by Eleanor Farjeon.

For this post I’ve included a number of images from previous posts as well as several that are included for the first time. With thanks to Cheri for her lovely challenge, I offer you all my best wishes for a week filled with the all that mornings have to offer.

137 thoughts on “MORNING HAS BROKEN: Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning | stenoodie

  2. Hey Tina Bear, Just found myself saying “wow” with every shot. Thank you for this Sunday morning gift. Hope you’re having a great summer. Heard you are everywhere! Hurry home – miss ya. We’re all sweltering down here. But…..playing golf in it. Dar

    Sent from my iPad

  3. Beautiful sunrise shots, Tina. Love the bright red and orange one. What a stunner and right place, right time. What a sight, what a moment. I remember you saying you aren’t a morning person, so on these occasions you must have thought it was a great idea to have gotten out of bed early. Wishing you a good week ahead, and take care 🙂

    • Thanks very much Mabel. I rarely go out for sunrise and if I DO go, I’m usually with a friend who has motivated me 😄 which was the case for that shot. It was one of the most glorious mornings I’ve ever seen and we’d gotten up at 4:30 to catch it so it’s a darned good thing it worked out LOL. >

  4. I was singing the song to myself as I looked at your incredibly beautiful pictures which were perfect with the words. Have you turned into an early bird after all????

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