Yesterday, which was Sunday, 6/6, D-Day for any WWII enthusiasts, Frank and I took a day trip to St. Simons Island, Georgia. I had been stuck in the house for over a week.
This part of Death Valley is 282 feet (85.5 meters) below sea level. We were only part of the way down towards the bottom.
Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park
This is the Atlantic Ocean at Little Talbot Island State Park off of A1A between Jacksonville & Amelia Island, Florida. You can see it was REAL crowded. LOL!
Blue skies covered in gray
raging, promising to stay
nurture the fields of dead
adorn in green instead.
Let the heavens open up! Layers of clouds with multi shades of warm yellows illuminate behind a dark storm cloud. The light opens up touching the earth below. I have attached the full image to open up the perspective of the full moment. Day… Continue Reading “SQUARES – Perspective – Rays of Light”
These sunset photos were taken almost 10 years ago when we lived on the St. Johns River. Within a matter of minutes, the colors changed from a pink and orange sky to more of a yellow and blue sky as some storm clouds moved in.
This photo finds us 35,000 feet above the ground with a beautiful view of the sunrise on our flight heading out of Jacksonville to Chicago and then to Bozeman, MT on our 10 day trip on Friday, September 13, 2019. Click here to view… Continue Reading “Square Tops – On Top of the World – Above the Ground”