Today, I had my breath taken away, waking me up at the same time as I wielded a kettle of warm water to pour over my car’s windscreen to rid of the stubborn frost on this quiet morning. It was 7.45am and the sun was about to herald its arrival in my UK hometown of Kingston Upon Hull.
This clear sky scene that lay before me was possibly one of the best I’ve seen in absolutely ages since the night started drawing in as Autumn started. This is what I like my winter mornings to be like: the air crisp and fresh, your breath steaming, the faint tweeting off the local birdlife foraging for food, the bleary eyed residents stumbling to their cars for work after waking up from their sleepy slumbers.
So it goes to show that even if you haven’t travelled for a few months, you’ll still find that wide-eyed wonder before you, enough to catch your own breath. This morning, I did, in Kingston Upon Hull.
Where did you see your best sunrise in winter?
Check out more posts about my hometown:
Old Town Hull: A Forgotten Corner
Queen Victoria Stands Proud in Hull
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Hi Ed. It was certainly bitterly cold this morning. My drive this morning along the A63 had some breathtaking moments with the sunrise behind the Humber Bridge. Absolutely stunning.
Did you stop in a parking spot and take some pics?
I wish I could almost everyday at the moment. Sadly there is not a good spot to stop for me. Also with the delays this morning I was running late due to traffic (maybe that was a good time? 😉 )