Living up on a mesa, I have a very big sky to admire. Its constant newness refreshes me; it’s almost as if I’m on the edge of my seat, waiting to see what’s on the sky menu each day. Summertime brings a dose of unpredictability with its unsettled weather patterns (i.e., monsoons) — and handsome clouds. Enjoy this one-minute-before-sunrise shot, taken from a moving car at 50 mph.
While you’re at it, ponder the metaphor. What clouds are on your horizon? Do they have a silver (or gold) lining? Can you find beauty in the midst of disappointment? Are you grateful, truly grateful, for cloudy episodes in your life? Comment if you’d like.