Not much going on in the yard and garden this early in the morning so when I looked out the bedroom window at about 5am I saw just a few clouds along the horizon so I decided to hike downtown to the Petitcodiac river to catch the sunrise.
On the way to the river I took a few photos as the sky was lighting up enough to see. I did give myself a few extra minutes of time just to take a few photos on the way to the river.
I looked at the Caisse Populaire on St. George street and the artwork looks so cool with only the street lights to light it up. Had to take a photo of that. It’s hard not to take photos so between home and the river I took 80 photographs.
Even though I took a lot of photos on the way I still managed to get there 5 or 10 minutes before the sun broke the horizon. So glad because the sky was starting to look like it was going to be too cloudy like the photo at the top.
Just a couple of minute after I was worried I wouldn’t see the sun I saw the tiniest red sliver on the horizon and I got excited again.
I have lived in Moncton for more than 30 years and even though it is only a half hour walk away I have never caught the sun coming up over the river. So when the sun was high enough it started hitting the muddy riverbank and turned it into gold.
When I looked up river to see what the mud looked like that was behind me I saw the seagull tracks in the mud. Not sure why they would walk in the mud when they can fly. There must be insects and stuff in the mud that keeps them grounded.
Well that was so much fun that I want to see if I can catch the sun setting from the other side of the river. I would love to get the moonrise and moonset on the Petitcodiac river as well.
Got back home just in time to start turning my yellow pear tomatoes into that sweet chutney Jenny and I love on our Sunday morning toast.