July 18, 2010

Sunrise to Sunset

One of Mother Earth's greatest gifts, to my way of thinking, is the light of sunrise and sunset. Never the same; day to night, location to location, light air to heavy.

It brings into sharp or soft focus all senses in it's flowing moments of transition. Always different and always a gift.

5 comments:

Teresa Evangeline said...

Scrumptious. I especially love the tracks undulating through the green field. That one looks like it could have inspired Vincent. And, there's something about those sherbet colored clouds...

Sea Mist and Sunsets said...

Teresa,
I swear, I could do a book of track photos after the WA and CA trips. Where farm equipment lives, tracks are the magic remnants, no? Markers. I love knowing wagon wheel tracks remain from our ancestral migrations. They seem to say, "here, I traveled here; do you know about me"? I want to answer back, "not yet, but I have your path in sight".
Hugs, Chris

Teresa Evangeline said...

Chris, What a wonderful eye and ear you have. Those phrases are just sooo nice. I love tracks, too...

swamericana said...

As you write, the light of sunrise and sunset is a great gift. Tremendous shots. (Jack Matthews, Sage to Meadow)

Sea Mist and Sunsets said...

Jack,
So good to "see" you. I'll be catching up with your postings soon. Ever so slowly I am getting back in the swing off things. Thank you so much for your kind thoughts. I would be interested to know if you saw the photo in the post below with all the horses? The legs of the horse in the center didn't look right to me. Extended/swollen? Something.
Chris

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