Early one morning..!

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Out with the gun the other morning and happened to have the camera with me..!
 
  
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Were over run with coyotes this year and they're coming in the yard now so thought i'd take a walk around just before light . Faithfull hound with me..?
 
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One of mother nature many wonders..peaceful. :)
 
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I don't know what you call early, but around here I have to wait a couple of hours for that much sunlight after getting up "early". Part force of habit, part bad sleep habits.
 
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I love the sunrise. It is even more beautiful than sunset. And the winter hoar frost sparkles like diamonds. Nice pics. Looks like you had a good day.
 
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Those pictures are both beautiful and scary. Their beauty is obvious, but they're scary because it looked the same here a few days ago.:rolleyes:

Now, we just have mud. We aren't used to having a mud season here in TX because mostly we get runoff from rain. All the snow lately has produced a slow melt and deep, deep mud. My neighbor was trying to repair some fence and buried his tractor. I went to help and my tractor started to sink, so I just stopped and left it there. I didn't get pictures yet, but I will when I go back to retrieve the tractor. I'm gonna let it dry for a few days before I even try to get it out of there. I won't take a chance on getting stuck any worse than I am.
 
 
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