|recognize your neighborhood? maybe if you live in timberhill|
|black and white world|
|budding trees caught the moon|
Today's challenge is meant to fire up your observational skills and gratitude radar. I want you to be hypervigilantly on the lookout for tiny little miracles. Or ordinary things in extraordinary places. Or pieces of unexpected beauty. Getting the idea?
|brave explorers find the elusive sun at the end of the world|
And notice how it makes you feel when you are a detective for little bits of serendipity and wonder.
Here's what I saw-- A forest so devoid of color it seemed I'd used black and white film to photograh it. Lichen encased in frost. The sun coming through the trees like God in a Monty Python movie. The moon in a blue sky, with Jupiter as her companion. Our town buried in a sea of fog, with Timberhill forest poking up like an isolated island. Mountains in the distance. Two runners and a biker dancing in the light taking pictures of that elusive star. See the evidence below!
See you tomorrow,