Musings of a retired teacher
Thank you for that beautiful video - awe-inspiring! :)
well dan it's stunning to see the sky sea and i often look skyward - for good reasons - and see the moments but not stitched together into the tapestry shown here. thanks. steven
Hi, Jinksy. Thanks! I live inside this sea just north of where these images were taken. My sky looks just like this, but in slo-mo.
steven, your recent string of photos of the clouds in your sky inspired this post. The sky overhead here tends towards all blue or all gray. The clouds tend here not to float in the sky, but rather wash over us as waves. A different cloudy loveliness and quite intimate.
what a glorious flight! i hope this video has set the stage for my dreams tonight.
Thanks, Bonnie. I hope you're feeling better.
My readers need to get a taste of your thoughts and mindset. Please come by Coach Your Mind and check out my latest post, SHARE YOUR STORY. I think you'd be a perfect fit.Dayne
The video is spectacular.And I think you are back in a haiku burst . . . ?
Well, we'll see if it turns out to be a burst. If so, you're partly responsible; you inspired this one.
Hi, Dayne. Thank you for the invitation to post over on your blog. I don't know what I would say about my mindset. To respond appropriately to each ever-arising, ever-changing present moment, I try (as best I can, and within basic Buddhist precepts) to keep my mind mostly unset.
How very calming and beautiful, if not for You, I would have missed this. Thanks
Hi, Brighid. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
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