Friday, October 10, 2008

February 4, 2004


It's been a long time since we've had a really pretty sunrise. Since the drought, really. Clouds are necessary for interesting colors and statement-making appearances or disappearances of our revolving sun, and with drought there are simply fewer clouds. It's been hot and hazy and dry day after day for several years. Thankfully, this year we are beginning to catch up on rainfall, but I've yet to be dazzled into an early awakening by a blaze of orange or riot of red.
Or even the softness of pink and blue, as above.
I wish for each of you a lovely weekend filled with happiness and laughter and joy.

2 comments:

albertaphotography said...

Thank for those wishes my (true) dear. We had a serious year of drought up here so I understand these thoughts and images.

It's Thanksgiving weekend and has been another hectic week for me. I've transitioned in a full and complete way from the writing to the photography. So much to share ... after Thanksgiving.

Thank you for always bringing light, words, and music to all of us.

Diane

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Ah yes, Thanksgiving in Canada comes so much earlier than ours. Have a lovely holiday, dear, and thanks for the wonderfully warm thoughts here on my little blog.

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