Friday, October 29, 2010

Rainy Weather Predicted Didn't Arrive: Here's the Bluest Bright Day We've Had!

All these photographs were taken on Thursday, October 28th.  It was just one of those days.  I'm feeling somewhat better, but still not suppose to be bending I took my camera with me to walk the garden so I wouldn't be tempted to start plucking up weeds.

The Pacific Ocean is peeking through the cypress trees and the air  was fine.

 Click on the pictures if you want to see a larger version.

Today is cloudy...and the water appears less blue than yesterday.   It was fun to download yesterday's pictures and realize I wasn't making up the sensation of color I remembered of yesterday.

I wonder how many rocks there are in the world named
Bird Rock?   Well there's one of them...

I know, I know, this is my essay and  writing blog...but I just had to share the green grass, the waters  so blue, the rocks, the clouds,  the sky...  Thanks for visiting and come back soon...I'm working on a few things.

Here's a little story written by shell fossiled in stone...
maybe it will prompt more writing from someone, perhaps from you?


John said...

It is unfortunate we can't combine the sugar white sands of my home and the warm currents of the Gulf Stream with the rugged beauty of the Pacific. Then you would truly have a vision of Paradise.

I walked on the beach, and left no reminder of my presence, it was a perfect day.

GretchenJoanna said...

Thanks for putting a little blue sky into our rainy place!

Haddock said...

That last photograph is really intriguing.

Rachel Federman said...

What a beautiful place; can't believe this is where you live.