Today marks Daylight Saving Time in North America and 81 other countries in the world. We “spring forward” in March and lose that precious hour of sleep in order to get more daylight in the afternoon.
I preferred DST to begin in April and end in October like it used to. It is so dark in the mornings!
As a result, I feel that hour difference for as long as 4 weeks. Even my dogs look for their dinner when the sunlight hits the sky at a certain angle.
DAYLIGHT is this week’s theme for Sunday Stills.
Enough complaining though…let’s celebrate daylight with some fabulous photos!
There is nothing like starting the day with a glorious sunrise!
Daylight casts shadows…
Aero casts a shadow and a reflection!
How about a sunset paddle?
Daylight would not be complete without a beautiful sunset!
The sunset on the wind turbines is my entry to Becky B’s March Spiky Squares.
Please share your original images, poems, favorite quotations, and more that depict what daylight means to you.
And if it applies, I hope you remembered to set your clocks forward (yes, I have several manual clocks that need to be re-set). Enjoy the daylight!