Monday, January 16, 2012

Reflections of a Sunset







I had planned to post a scary story of a bear gone wild here in the canyon today, but then I remembered this is a day to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I decided to stay quiet and post these pictures. The first photo shows that the sun has set in the west; the rest show that after the sun has set, it's light is still with us, if only for a brief moment. I am hoping that Dr. King's light will shine for more than a brief moment in time......

18 comments:

  1. what a super connection Inger...

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  2. I believe the spirit of Martin Luther King shines as brightly & beautifully as any sunset--may it continue to shine in our hearts as long as we have sunsets.

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  3. Most excellent! Both the photos and the thoughts.

    Cat

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  4. Yes nice thoughts for MLK day!!

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  5. Dear Inger,
    Fishducky expressed for me what your reflective photographs and your text made me feel. Thank you.

    Peace.

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  6. You must have a good hammer and a steady aim. You always hit square on. I appreciate your words and pictures.'Love, Manzanita

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  7. Beautiful thoughts and pictures Inger. Thank you.

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  8. Thank you for your kind words. I really appreciate them.

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  9. Dr King's light will hopefully shine for a long, long time yet and I love the way the sun is caught by those hills (or are they mountains?) But I can't help wondering about that wild bear!

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  10. I'm wondering about that bear too and will post what I know about it on Wednesday. That way I'm once again cheating on my book reviews, which is what I should be doing on Wednesdays. Oh, well, soon.

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  11. Wonderful photos of the sunlight over the mountain! :)

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  12. What a warm golden colour that is! I liked your analogy too, Inger.

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  13. Just goes to show you that sunsets anywhere are beautiful.

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  14. Amen sister. Wonderful sunsets. You have such a beautiful area.
    You have peaked my interest about the bear. Will be back.

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  15. Very sweet, Inger.

    Our sunset was nondescript this evening -- maybe didn't want to steal any attention from Dr. King's day. :)

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  16. Wonderful, calm pictures. Thank you for sharing them.

    And I love the deer in your sidebar.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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