Sunrise, Sunset

Sunrise sunset, sunrise, sunset!
Swiftly fly the years,
One season following another,
Laden with happiness and tears...
From Jerrold Bock / Sheldon Harnick
Fiddler on the Roof
SUNRISE
Sunrise silence
Outer Banks, taken by Scott Gower
Sunrise at Key West-before the ships leave dock Oct 2018
Key West
sunrise from wendy's porch
Springfield, Virginia

SUNSET

beach sunset
Sunset in Pacific Beach
Path ro Sunset
Sunset over Mission Bay
Sunset at Septenarry Winery--20200307
Sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains

8 thoughts on “Sunrise, Sunset”

  1. The sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains was taken from the balcony of Septenary Winery in Greenwood, Virginia and I do not know which peak in the Blue Ridge it faces. I tried to Google the Trail of the Lonesome Pine and found it was a song. The Lonesome Pine Loop is further southwest from where this picture was taken. This winery is near Charlottesville, Virginia in the center of the state while the Lonesome Pine Loop is near Kentucky, West Virginia, and Tennesee. It gets its name because it includes locations mentioned in the song lyrics. You do know your old American ballads.

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        1. I’m sure Hardy did his own singing, as he had a very good voice. I think Laurel did his own singing too, up to the point where Hardy conks him on the head and his voice becomes very deep — after that, who knows? BTW, that clip is colorized (probably by Ted Turner, founder of TCM), as the original film was b & w.

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          1. Interesting. I certainly did not phrase that accurately–I thought the original singing was the two men. It was the deep voice and the lady’s voice that did not sound like his.

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