There are moments
within a day where there is time
at the sky to acknowledge
the passing of daylight as it folds
into dusky night and no matter the place where you stop
your feet your mind your body and give
your heart the time it needs to breathe
to rest to dream about the palette of colors
only painted on clouds in the evening
you can’t help but stand up tall shoulders back hair flowing free
and the breezes blow your arms up
and low and behold
wings begin to unfold
Last night the sky was rich with color and my son and I took turns watching the beautiful sky and colors from a very high redwood stump in our yard. I nearly gave myself a heart attack at the height in trying to get above the tree tops to gain an unobstructed view. My son embraced the height like a pro and although, the colors were brilliant, I find this image of my son in his preferred dragon cape the most intriguing of the batch of photographs I captured. And again, I am reminded what a gift it is to see things differently, especially when I am with my boys.
If you are interested in learning more about this challenge you can find details, HERE. There is still time to join in. The challenge is to post 15 images within the month of October from a different perspective, way of processing or even with out of the ordinary camera settings. You can also find all the entries by using the tag, seedifferently2016.
My gallery so far: