Photograph by Helen Williams and posted with her gracious permission.
When the outdoor world seems black and white and gray but your photograph is in color. Everyone has had enough of the cold, snow, ice and dark. They’re ready for crocuses and daffodils bursting through the earth, looking for light.
I’ve photographed this tree before. I always like how the snow defines the branches.
Virginia Road Trip. Pulled over onto a skinny shoulder to take this photograph.
Ohio Autumn Sunrise
Brushstroke fingers of clouds. Last evening in Berlin, I was walking to Kiez Eis to pick up special order of a pint of vanilla ice cream to accompany our dessert. My farewell dinner. Here’s what I saw at the end of the street. Like a hand of brushstrokes- clouds in the sky.
Two different street views of the fingers of clouds.
Out of this world gallery inspired by Ben Huberman at WordPress
My sister found this happy face in the sky
while we watched the swim meet
a bit grainy but here it is
Transient for sure
outside the Squirrel Hill Carnegie Library