It’s open topic day at Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge!
No matter where I go, I’d love it if it’s stimulating, and evokes a response – intellectual, creative, emotional – because at the end of the day, I’m back in my headspace, and that response is what stays with me..
Human beings. Is there anything on earth that this prolific species hasn’t laid its hands on?
Even a seemingly bland sunset on a cloudy day is worth admiring, isn’t it?
There are days when I’d rather be anywhere but wherever I am; but mostly, I’d rather be in the calming company of Nature..
It’s time for New Year resolutions again. Not the ones that fizzle before January ends 😉 — the ones that we’ll work on to help us grow, the ones that are less grand and more achievable, the ones with a plan. The ones that, in retrospect, will seem like the dawn of a beautiful day.
There’s just something that connects one to the elements when strolling along a riverbank (or a lake in this case), watching clouds play in a fiery sky, with the breeze in your hair.
What better represents a snapshot of change, a delta, than a sunset amongst the clouds? Every second, the sun is rapidly descending, the clouds are constantly morphing, and the darkness is steadily expanding.
Sunset walk by a quiet lake, with the breeze blowing in your hair, hills looming in the distance, and the sky filled with silver-lined clouds as far as you can see. A wonderful ambience, and an instant pick-me-up!
I never get tired of clicking sunsets. Here’s one from Lake Tahoe, with a shining sun peeping from behind clouds that were trying to block its view of the boats.
For Jennifer Nichole Wells’ Weekly Weather Challenge: Sun.