Quite lovely! I especially love the last one. :) Happy Easter, Abigail!
That was really such a lovely description. I think it is quite beautiful that you can use these photographs as a way of remembering days gone by.
Happy Easter, dear Abigail! I am especially awestruck by the majestic cloud patterns that formed on Tuesday and Wednesday. The sky truly does speak to us in its own language if we take the time to look and read. Thank you for describing so well the phenomenon taking place here. Each picture is a "patchwork quilt of memories" that enables you to recall what was happening that particular day when you paused to take the picture. This "wordless journal" is time well spent because it nourishes your soul.Once again, happy Easter to you and dear little Daisy and your whole family, Abigail. I wish you a safe and happy week ahead, dear friend!
These are always so incredible! I can't pick a favourite, they are all so beautiful in their own way. :)
I love the last photo. Happy Easter!
I love these posts, Abigail. The sunsets are beautiful and you have a real talent for description (Thanks again for the comment :).)
Oh goodness, what a horizon you have for sunsets. I love the clouds on Tuesday and Wednesday, what drama they add to the otherwise serene and colorful scene. Hope you had a wonderful Easter!
Wow, you sure have a great view of these sunsets!! Absolutely beautiful!xo JackieSomething About That
Loving Tuesday, what clear views of the sky you have! I was just grumbling last night while trying to capture the beautiful sky, about all of the buildings, tress, and things in the way! I grew up with a completely clear view of the horizon so the lack saddens me. I'll just live vicariously through you for now. :)
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