J Stew: I got out of bed to some to work this morning, after having stayed out to camp the night before, and was witness to an incredible sunrise. Lots of pink and purple and blue. Yes, sometimes I'm an old softy when it comes to that sort of thing, but I got chatting with Cori, and we thought we'd like to see some of your sunrises too!

Really, I can't say I've ever seen a crappy sunrise. Sure, some can be more vibrant than others, but it's always worth getting out of bed to take a peek. And out the bedroom window at camp is a front row seat for sunrises. You have to get in a boat an go out into the water to see the sunsets, so the sunrise fits my lazy side better. Ha!

Cori: Thanks to Covid-19, I no longer have a morning commute. Don't get me wrong, I don't necessarily mind that, except for the fact that I miss the sunrise most days. Sometimes my friends or family will send me sweet sunrise shots. My step-dad Phil likes to bike early in the AM, so he'll often send me pictures along the way. Sometimes JStew will text them to me. There's nothing like a good shot of the sunrise, either in person or even over text, to start your day. It's like a special opportunity to recognize that as crappy as the day might get, there's beauty and magic in it yet. So I am always happy to see a good sunrise shot. And with since we live in such a gorgeous state, which provides so many great opportunities for views of the sunrise, we wanted to see the world from your perspective.

You did not disappoint. Thanks for sharing with us.

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