Sunrise on river

Sun has an engraving impact on my personality, in fact probably on most of ours. See — Megha has also painted sun recently in Acrylic Painting: Madhubani Sun.

The words are lacking, but sun is like seeing and feeling the GOD everyday and every minute of my life. My previous post was on sun, and my today's post is also on sun. The previous post had Special Sunset, and today's post has sunrise on river. Although sunrise and sunset are really opposites, both have a similarity that both are beautiful.

What do you say about this sunrise on river?

Sunrise on river

12 comments :

  1. Gorgeous shot, Bhavesh. I also have much affection and admiration for the sun. I am now following Megha's blog. Thank you. Good to read your blog again, friend. I was away for a long time. I hope all is well with you and your family. XOX Namaste

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  2. A beauty in the sky, and functional one too. Thanks for sharing, and hope all is well. Anna :)

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  3. The sun is pretty important and, living so close to the Pacific ( just three miles ), I am blessed with amazing sunsets - when the fog doesn't interfere. I have always loved sunrise and sunset photos, wherever in the world I travel. I am still hoping, if God chooses to let it happen, to enjoy chai on your balcony, one day while we watch the sunset.

    Megha's art work is wonderful. I will have to have my own showing if I come to India!

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  4. Your sunrise is so bright I actually felt like I wasn't supposed to look directly at the sun - and almost lifted my hand to block it out! :=}

    It is so very beautiful.

    P.S. I love Megha's artwork - I've been following her for quite a while now, and am constantly amazed at her beautiful and vivid work. You are both artists!

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  5. Warm Aloha from Honolulu

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  6. @ Tantra Flower: Namaste! Great to see you here after such a long time. Yup, all is well with me and my family. I hope all is well with you and your family also. Keep meeting here :) And Megha will be happy to meet you on her blog. Oh yes, have you seen Namaste Tower? You will love it.

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  7. @ Anna: That's a nice imagination :) I'm glad you liked it. All is well here. How about you? How's Matthew?

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  8. The sun is pretty important and, living so close to the Pacific ( just three miles ), I am blessed with amazing sunsets - when the fog doesn't interfere. I have always loved sunrise and sunset photos, wherever in the world I travel. I am still hoping, if God chooses to let it happen, to enjoy chai on your balcony, one day while we watch the sunset.

    Megha's art work is wonderful. I will have to have my own showing if I come to India!

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  9. Your sunrise is so bright I actually felt like I wasn't supposed to look directly at the sun - and almost lifted my hand to block it out! :=}

    It is so very beautiful.

    P.S. I love Megha's artwork - I've been following her for quite a while now, and am constantly amazed at her beautiful and vivid work. You are both artists!

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  10. Warm Aloha from Honolulu

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  11. @ RNSANE: Oh yeah! Enjoying chai while enjoying sunrise/sunset is too good :) And do come to India and be our guest. Megha will show you her paintings :)

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  12. @ Clytie: That's a great way of appreciating my photography of sunrise on river. And I liked it so much that you felt like you were looking at the real scene! Megha is so happy to read your comment on her skills. Thank you :)

    @ Cloudia: Mahalo from India!

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