Hmm. The sun does not seem to be cooperating with Word Press today. The skies in Wisconsin are a flat gray, and I’m in bed with bronchitis. Warmth is going to have to come from some stored files. Let’s start with early morning, shall we? There’s nothing like a cat for finding the sun’s first warming light. This is Portia, my brother’s cat:
California boasts some dazzling sun. I found that challenging when taking pictures in the middle of the day. I took several shots of a fallen redwood; its roots were spread out like a sunburst. The texture and lines were amazing. In high contrast, it’s rather like an acid trip. (Not that I’d really know…)
Seriously, that’s not my style. I am a Nature Girl. Here’s a more natural look:
At the end of a day of dazzling sunshine in New Mexico, the sun slants in at a low angle, warming the red rocks:
Finally, the sun lights the clouds a brilliant fuchsia at its departure.
Hey, the sun came out! Guess it’s time to get out of my sickbed and make some breakfast. I hope your day is warm, whether from the coffee in your mug or from the sun itself.
P.S. Later that afternoon….hey! What’s that flaky stuff floating down through the sky? Is it?! Yup! It’s snow. First of the season, too. 🙂
Get well soon, Scilla!
Thanks, friend! I’m trying!
Love the ‘acid trip’ (I wouldn’t know either, but it seems like a pretty ace description!). Hope you feel better very soon.
Thanks! and thanks for your follow…heading over to your site to meet you soon.
Great! Looking forward to seeing more of your posts.
Ah, and here I am in the California desert. Sorry, Priscilla. I’ll get mine out later today (I hope)–it’s a busy one.
I know you have the resources to make it work, Victoria. Have a good one!
I’ll wait to Sunday and play catch up. I have the photo but I’m hosting a dVerse today so lots of poems to read. :0)
loved the last pic, beautiful colors!
Thanks, Pam! Haven’t seen you in a while, but I’m glad you’ve come visiting here to see what we’ve been up to.