Morning glory

Apple blossom

Apple blossom

I adore walking early on spring mornings. The air is fresh and crisp. The world is full of promise. Anything and everything seems possible. It’s gorgeous and glorious.

I treasure getting up at dawn in spring and summer for a bit of alone time, and taking pictures of the beauty I find around me.

These stolen moments in beauty and solitude keep me going from one day to the next. I especially loved discovering summer flowers in full bloom, and finding unusual things like these 16 surprises on a rare weekend away.

Here’s a sample of this morning’s glory:


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Susan Macaulay created and curates SheQuotesMy Alzheimer’s Story,  Amazing Women, and Succeed With Susan. She is a feminist, global citizen, lifelong learner and the author of Everyday Feminine Wisdom and soon-to-be-published “the dogs’ breakfast.”

6 Responses to “Morning glory”

  1. Pretty photographs 🙂

  2. Myra RIpley says:

    A lovely reminder to see the beauty in everything that’s so clearly all around us. Thanks for an inspiring post Susan.



    • AmazingSusan says:

      Thanks My. Sorry I didn’t call you at Christmas when I was in Calgary. I wonder if thinking about doing it every day counts for something…? Yes, I think it does, in the whole cosmic balance of energy thing, yes, it counts for something… as does following my latest new online channel – but the following here counts for so much more than my everyday thoughts on which I didn’t follow through. Thank you for staying connected and for supporting me, it means a great deal to me, a lot more than you may think, I think 🙂 XOX Susan