I hope your monitor shows how glorious the colors of today's sunrise was. (I was very disappointed to view Mexican Lemons on my work computer - the lemons actually looked orangey, and believe me, they are a very vibrant yellow!)
I usually am up, coffee in hand, walking into the studio around 6:00 a.m. As I walk past the kitchen window, I have this view of the sky, and of each day's sunrise. Today was one of those special moments when all the colors of the palette seemed to spill out of the heavens onto the clouds! I grabbed my camera, (having put down my coffee), and ran out onto our deck in bathrobe and slippers, and just snapped pictures as the sky slowly changed over the course of maybe 8 minutes. If you image the first 2 pictures together, it will give you an idea of the panoramic view that I have from my deck just off my kitchen.
Fortunately, the air was warmer than the last few days - a balmy 10 degrees at this time of the morning... but no wind. Just the soft mooing of cows in the distance, a couple of coyote yelps, and glorious color bouncing around the vastness of our big Alberta skies. I love this time of year when these kind of sunrises happen. There are times when it truly looks like the sky is bleeding, it is so red. I think I must try to represent one of these pictures in a painting... I know a painting cannot come close to showing the beauty of this morning, but maybe I can capture enough of it to take someone's breath away, just as mine was in being a witness to the grandeur of the beginning of this day.