And . . .
Once again the clouds let in the sunshine, but kept the sun out of my eyes.
It was hazy with a little fog hugging the ground in the parks, especially Tower Grove Park. I didn't get a picture. You'll have to take my word for it. These conditions, also, made for a much less blinding ride to work than yesterday, and yesterday was much less blinding than Monday.
Today, also, was a much better day at work.
The evening was topped off in two very special ways.
First, I saw a dragon in the sky while riding home. Can you see it?
Second, I spent some time with some dear folks in my friend Will's Sukkah. You can click here for more information about what a Sukkah is and the Jewish Holiday of Sukkot.
It was another wonderful soulful riding day.
- 66F/19C with a little fog and some merciful clouds for the ride to work.
- 82F/28C with dragons in the sky for the ride over to Will's.
- 78F/26C and I'm told it was partly cloudy for the home ride, but I can't say for sure. It was dark
Wonderful clouds...the first photo shows something special, I believe. It looks like what's called a helix or double helix cloud formation. No doubt contrails, but a wonderful sighting.ReplyDelete
I think one of the reasons I love farmlands and prairies has to do with be enveloped by the sky and living with the clouds. It was certainly a grand way to begin the morning.
I kind of saw Horton the elephant. :)ReplyDelete
I can see that :^) Aren't clouds wonderful! Especially, this time of year.Delete
Gorgeous dragon in repose. Awesome picture. So glad you were able to pull over to take a picture.ReplyDelete
Actually, got it at a stoplight. I keep the camera on a lanyard around my neck. I think its funny, I wear all this gear and then put a noose around my neck. Oh well, it's the risk I take to catch dragons :^)Delete
Keith, I'd agree a risk worth taking. I need to follow your lead and have the camera even more at the ready. Be safe sir.Delete