Sunday Stills: A Picture as a Song

Ed of Sunday Stills put out this photo challenge:

“…find pics that represent musical groups or songs as pics and when you post them let the folks guess what they are. Just say if they are a song or group… Have fun with this one.”

So, here is my picture. It represents a song by a single song writer:

first light

What songs can you think of that would go with this picture?

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33 Responses to Sunday Stills: A Picture as a Song

  1. Andrew Seal says:

    Beautiful photo; how about Bob Marley’s ” Misty Morning πŸ™‚


  2. Icelandica says:

    I don’t know why, but I’m thinking of James Taylor.


  3. suzjones says:

    Morning has Broken by Cat Stevens?


  4. Duane Stephenson – Misty Morning, maybe, maybe, maybe πŸ˜€ also great picture hard to guess.


  5. When Fall Comes To New England – Cheryl Wheeler


  6. Aggie says:

    For me first association was, Country Roads, John Denver, with the line “the place where I belong,” 2nd association, Beethoven’s 6th symphony, Pastorale.


  7. Annette, I am completely useless at guessing a song title, but this photo is just so very beautiful!!!


  8. I don’t have a song, but the picture is stunning and I sunk right into it.


  9. Tina Schell says:

    A really beautiful shot Annette, and Morning has Broken is perfect!!


  10. dibear says:

    “Morning Has Broken” was a favorte of mine in the early 70’s! Your picture is perfect for this one. πŸ™‚


  11. What comes to mind is ‘what a wonderful world’ by Louis Armstrong. A stunning click. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚


  12. That’s a beautiful photo, Annette, and perfect for “Morning Has Broken.” πŸ™‚

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  13. restlessjo says:

    It’s lovely and I was singing Country Roads, though I know there’s not a road in sight πŸ™‚


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