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Morning Has Broken Mon 3/19-song

BetC
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Sunrise out my front door - I was actually up that early! Inspired by Cat Stevens-Morning has Broken.

 

 

ASO Nostalgia Alpha

BMU Brush Sun Bursts

BMU Paper Edgers

SG A Narative Paper

TCS Tools Shapes Birds

Font: Ohio Script

 

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I wish I had a lake out my front door - actually I duplicated the photo, flipped it, put a gradient on it to make a reflection. Looks better than a concrete driveway.

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Wow this is stunning! Your photo is gorgeous and I liked learning what you did with it. I also really like your title and the sunburst. Truly an amazingly beautiful page. :)

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Bet, this is absolutely stunning. And to think this is out your front door. You are truly blessed to have this gorgeous scene to look at each and every day. Love the song title and your gorgeous sunrise photo with the birds circling overhead is a big WOW! Love the edger you used.

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I'm not kidding, I had this exact title in mind for one of my sunrise photos. Great minds think alike! My photo pales in comparison to this gorgeous one, though. (Not to mention those pesky electrical wires in the way.) Love the background, birds, and "reflection". This is just stunning in every way!!!

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What a lovely page! Your picture is gorgeous to begin with and you really improved it with the edging, blending, birds and word art. I especially like the sun glistening off the golden letters.

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Omigosh! This is so beautiful. I love it! Thank you for rising so early. :) I love how you let the photo fill the page with just the smallest edge around it. I love the tiny sunburst in your title, too.

By the way: I'm curious. Way back when I was a Mariner Girl Scout we were taught a sailor's rhyme. "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in morning, sailor take warning." So.... was this gorgeous sunrise followed by a rainy day?

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