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Beth F

Nice shot.

kel

gorgeous!

Simone

beautiful - I love photos like this.

Cindy

Now, that is gorgeous!
Here's my Wintery Wordless Wednesday

Lisa's Chaos

Beautiful sky!!

Beth

So lovely, Wesley. I think we must have been looking at (and taking pictures of) that amazing sunrise at the same time! How nice to know I had company out there in the cold! :-)

June

I know from the verse that this was taken in the morning vs at sunset :-)

CatSynth

What a striking sky.

Jennifer @ Faking It

Oh so pretty -- I love that bright pink!

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