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Do you ever feel as if the glory and mystery of the whole Universe is filling you and pouring out of you? Seeing the awesome power and beauty and diversity of Nature often does that for me - and I'm glad for it.
True, Kate. Twenty pictures is still less than one second of the day that changes continually! I feel privileged just to record just a tiny part of the day! And sharing that moment with others is such a great reward!
Not yet 100% but thanks for the thought. It's because I think I'm back to 100% and then behave as if I am that I get into trouble and setbacks. My mantra seems to be that old saying "Please give me patience - and give it to me right now!"
About sky colors - I do the same thing you do. I'm sure I've taken all the "transition" pictures possible - I come in, put my camera down - then look up and hurry back to capture just one more image. Pictures are such a terribly small representation of the incredible panorama of the dome of sky but they do capture at least a little of the image we'll never see again - it's always changing.
It's nice to hear from you again, Kate! I hope that you are back to 100% now.
Most mornings that I try to take pictures of the sunrises/sunsets, I spend a half hour at a time and take 10 to 20 pictures. And I am always surprised at how much the colors change in that short time period. Frequently, I think I am finished and have to go back out again because it got better!
Thanks again for commenting JC. It was so strange that when the sun was causing such a brilliant, almost painful reflection on the Bay, that the pictures I took were all mostly black and white - but when the sun began to fall off the horizon, it left behind the pleasure of these sunset colors.
Nice one, Kate!