Marlene Delcourt captured these dazzling pictures of this morning's sunrise over Cloverdale

Reader photos: Morning glory

Reporter reader Marlene Delcourt captures glorious skies as dawn breaks over Cloverdale.

Oh what a beautiful morning.

Reporter reader Marlene Delcourt sent in these shots of dawn breaking over Cloverdale, as witnessed from a scenic spot along 184 Street.

They’re the perfect images for denizens of a busy city making preparations for a Thanksgiving long weekend.

Got a photo you’d like to share? Email entries to newsroom@Cloverdalereporter.com.  Be sure to include a brief description of your image.

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