This weeks green theme is for ‘leaves and plants’: appropriate with Spring’s song glistening in the air. It feels as if the trees await that magic note to play for them to start their melodious performance of reincarnation. Snow lingers here and there but the race is on for the colours to stem forth (teehee).
23/366. Burner packing up the balloon on an absolutely beautiful night …. compressing the air out of the envelope.
Today on 12/21/10, the longest day of the year, I felt very blessed to experience the first full moon total lunar eclipse in 456 years that has fallen on the Winter Solstice. The last lunar eclipse (which I was also lucky enough to witness) fell on February 21, 2008. Tonight, the Moon appeared to glow subtly red…
83/366. Red means stop for a photo-op!
20/366. “With eyes like these, how can she say no?”
94/366. A Brighton Pier sunset from the merry-go-round permanently stationed here.
82/366. Lovely, lovely red smile. A surprise seat-mate on my bus ride from Xela to Chimaltenango. He couldn’t speak a word of English, but his lovely smile and manner spoke volumes!