Before moving to Kerrville, I stayed in an RV for 6 months, trying to decide if this is where I wanted to move. I had a large window in the rear of the RV that faced the Guadalupe River and the eastern sky. As I sat in my recliner having my quiet time in those early morning hours, drinking my java, I would glance out that window, waiting for the light to appear. On those few occasions, I would begin seeing the most vivid blazing color forming from that direction. So I would grab a blanket and my camera. The blanket was to quickly cover and attempt to camouflage my pjs ... like that really worked. And because there were trees blocking my view of the perfect sunrise forming before my very eyes, I had to hike fences and ignore signs such as, "No Trespassing", which surely weren't meant for photography lovers like me!
One morning after jumping fences and climbing through brush and taking dozens of shots, I was walking back to my RV and almost stepped on a tiny fawn curled up on her ground nest. She didn't move and I got a few shots of her but not clear enough to post, unfortunately. But here are some of the ones I got of the "good morning" paintings from God that early day.