Panier of Plenty

First Light

I never tire of the view from the belvédère as the light constantly changes, bringing fleeting marvels. This morning, I arrived in time to see the first rays of sun hit Canigou’s slopes and wash over them in a wave, as the palette shifted…

First rays

First rays

Rays wash over Canigou

Rays wash over Canigou

The changing light-show

The changing light-show

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4 thoughts on “First Light

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Stunning images Vivienne! Glorious and inspiring! Can feel the magic from here! The last one reminds of the core of the earth! 🙂

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