Tuesday, November 5, 2013

One Night


on the way to Tai Chi, I just had to stop and take a few pix.


You can see why, can't you?




The Western sky seen from different angles but all though the lens of my "little" point and shoot.


In fact, as I walked back to my car, I noticed a man from the house on the hill putting out his trash and said to him," I just couldn't drive by.  It's just too beautiful!"

Responding grumpily, he said, "I see it all the time."



But it was worth stopping, wasn't it?

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9 comments:

  1. What a beautiful mulberry sky.

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  2. Absolutely worth stopping for! How sad that man has stopped truly seeing such glory; thanks for sharing!

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  3. It's amazing how little appreciation many people have for the simple beauties of life, like sunsets and sunrises, sunny or cloudy days. It's great to take time to enjoy them whenever we can...so yes I would have definitely stopped too, JP.

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  4. I sincerely hope that I NEVER take such beauty for granted. Its sad that man no longer saw it. Yes, definitely worth the stop.

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  5. the skies of October and November aim to please, don't they. So lovely.

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  6. I've been taking some sky pictures lately too. It is gorgeous this time of year.

    For some reason, your blog does not update on my sidebar. So it looks like you haven't updated your blog in months. I don't understand why...and now, I've missed some of your posts. {sigh}

    Cindy Bee

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  7. Beautiful- I hope I never tire of it!! I don't believe u and I ever will !! Nor any of your blogger friends!!

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  8. Yes it was worth stopping for....definitely.
    As for the grumpy man. Some people don't appreciate what they have all the time. Silly fellow.

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