It’s the last rays of the sun on one of the last days of winter, and the sky is beginning to light up the clouds with its magical evening glow. The ending of a day, of a season — it’s a time when nature can teach us some of its most profound lessons.
When a day, or a season is old and near its moment of transition when its light will be hidden for a while, that’s when the most spectacular, subtle and brilliant part of the day so often stuns us with its beauty.
But of course the light is never really gone because as the sun is setting for us, it’s rising to a new day somewhere else for someone else.
And not just days and seasons. Know what I mean, Jellybean?
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2 thoughts on “West View”
Thanks, Richard. 😉