Lens-Artists #93: Morning

This week’s challenge from Ann-Christine is morning.

I’ve always been a morning person and for many years I’ve been the first one up in our house. I start each day by going downstairs to the kitchen to put the kettle on for my morning tea. Next comes quiet time, either in my living room where I can look out the windows, or out in my backyard butterfly garden under the arbor.

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Tea in the garden
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Nature surrounds me in my garden

After my tea I often go for a walk in the neighborhood.

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Morning walk
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Beautiful morning for a walk
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It’s nice to see some feathered friends in the morning

Some mornings I’ll do some baking.

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Homemade buttermilk biscuits for Sunday breakfast

Wishing you a very good morning!

Many thanks to Ann-Christine for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Morning

40 thoughts on “Lens-Artists #93: Morning

  1. Mornings are the best. I am an early riser too. Your morning surroundings of butterflies, flowers and birds make it so worth getting out of bed for.
    Happy Thursday my friend. Itโ€™s always so nice to see your lovely captures. Stay well!

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  2. A beautiful place for sitting with a cuppa and for the walks – water and birds, butterflies (real ones…) and bread baking! Now you got me thinking of making those morning breads again – always did when the children were here. Well, I am less of a mornig person nowadays. You seem to be the perfect morning breeze!

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