I love the way the sunlight
Can turn a gull’s wings
Into luminous ballet tutus.
It’s how I imagine the wings of angels look.
I’m away filming with work this week, so will not be able to visit or comment on your blogs.
For more sunlight, please visit: Our World.
Thank you for your best wishes about my dad’s health. Recovery will be slow, but at least it’s going in the right direction.
It was mild when I was in England, so now I present:
Blue sky with a side order of…
Palm tree (outside my parents’ house);
Love birds on antennas
And street lamp with reflection.
Let’s spare a kind word and smile — or extend an invitation — to those feeling alone or depressed during this holiday season.
For more blue skies, please visit: Skywatch.
I arrived back from New York this morning.
(So please excuse me for not getting around to visit you yet…)
One of the highlights of my visit – apart from all the wonderful people I met –
Was a trip up to the Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Centre)
Where blue sky seems to bow down and kiss you.
As we reached the observation deck on the 67th floor,
The sun created the perfect canopy for the Empire State Building.
Going up two more levels
Gave breathtaking views of New York floating in a haze of sunbeams.
For more great views, please visit: Skywatch.
The spring sun made the buds shine like pearls
In the pure blue of the sky
And turned the tulips into bowls of sunshine.
“The sun admitted…
I wish I could show you,
When you are lonely or in darkness,
The astonishing Light
Of your own Being!” — Hafiz
For more sunlight, please visit: Skywatch.
We’ve had a spate of white skies and snowstorms recently; but now and then, the sun bursts through in a wonderful explosion of blue and white.
This picture raised my spirits and I set it as my desktop picture so that I smiled every time I sat down at my computer.
Now you can do the same, if you wish.
Click the picture to see it in full resolution and then feel free to download it or transfer it to your computer to enjoy. (Just drag the full size picture onto your computer desktop.)
“When you realize how perfect everything is, you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky!” — Buddha
For more merry skies, please visit: Skywatch.