“No one day is like another. Each tomorrow has its special miracle, its magic moment in which old universes are destroyed and new stars created.”
One evening this week, I was on the river floating beneath a luminous blue, cloud-embellished sky, photographing some aquatic plants and flowers near the other shore. More clouds began to move in, and the sky became increasingly gray. It seemed as though a storm was rolling in and there wouldn’t be anything particularly interesting to see for the rest of the night – just slight variations on a gray, woolen theme.
Addendum: After publishing this post, it happened again, just as dramatically! We had been under thick cloud cover for the past several hours, and I thought to myself that this is one evening when we are guaranteed not to see any breathtaking colors penetrate the thick blanket of gray. As our family was eating a late dinner, however, I happened to glance at the sky just in time to see this stunning explosion of color:
|I love how it looks like a signature below and to the left of center!|
How cool is that?
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