Tuesday, November 24, 2009


I took these at the beginning of November when I was on my way home from the valley that lies about a mile (5,000 feet) below, under the haze in the first photo. I wish I would have taken some photos when I was down in the valley; it's amazing how different the clouds look when viewed from below versus being directly across from them.
Of course, when I was down in the valley the clouds didn't look as spectacular; because of the haze I couldn't see clearly.
I suspect we all have our own particular 'haze' that obscures our vision of some things and keeps us from seeing clearly. Obviously, some hazes are more damaging than others; the haze that misogynists, racists, and religious fanatics view the world through comes to mind.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could all get rid of the haze?


  1. Beautiful pictures -- and a good point!

    When I find myself almost apoplectic with anger at some of the pronouncements of those whose views differ from mine,I try to remind myself that I too may be viewing the world through a haze.

    "For now we see, as through a glass, darkly . . ."

  2. Thanks, Vicki, I try to remind myself of that, too. It doesn't always work, but I try...

  3. amezing...........such a wonderfull sky



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