I hope that those of you who celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Orthodox Christmas, the western New Year, had a joyous and safe time!
The sun shone for about two hours yesterday. A notable event because it had shined for only about four hours total during the previous ten or so days.
Goldenrod, aglow in brilliant morning sunlight.
A curtain of willow leaves, illuminated by late afternoon sun, screened a part of the treehouses’ deck.
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It was good to stop, photograph, give thanks for being blessed with a bit of sun and blue sky after such a dark month.
An unexpected, appreciated, break in the cloud deck made for a bright sky and dark landscape
On a mostly cloudy afternoon, the sun makes a statement. ‘I am here’.
Our sunflower greets the morning sun with a creamy yellow visage.
I very rarely edit my photos; at most a little cropping is all I do. Something different this time: blurring the background. Let me know what you think!
On a mid-summer day, Lake Erie glitters.
The late afternoon sun highlights Stella’s ears.