Monday, August 22, 2011

how ancient the sky

how new the day

17 comments:

Birdman said...

Fine words for the beginning of a week.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

We can only hope everyday is the beginning of a new and better day Brattcat, welcome back, missed you!

Jack said...

Our torch bearer is a bit ancient, too. No offense intended . . .

Kcalpesh said...

Nice capture... Sky's been there even before the earth.... so one can imagine how ancient it has been... Nice capture there...

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Julie said...

We are in the middle of winter, in theory. But we can produce a better blue sky than that one of yours!! I like the symmetry of that facade, BC.

Glad you liked the reading performance.

Sharon Creech said...

Viewed from a faraway star, is our day 'old'?
Welcome 'back', brattcat.

Cassy said...

Beautifully captured sky.

Have a happy monday!


Cassy from Play Electric Guitar

Virginia said...

I've seen skies like that in Paris more than a few times. I love this facade however!
V

Doug Hickok said...

Yes, I love the new day part, as early morning is my favorite time.

Sharon said...

Beautiful way to start the morning.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Glad your schedule has allowed you to resume posting.

helenmac said...

That facade reminds of a similar one on our old Sears building in downtown Three Rivers. Beautiful photo and sentiment!

Jacob said...

Nice to see that you are "back." Hopefully, all is well.

I do believe that "sky" goes all the way back to the Big Bang!

Small City Scenes said...

How true. Somethings just last!! MB

killyoself said...

in the east i find inspiration

in the south i find good hard work

in the west i find contentment

in the north i find wisdom

it's a roadmap for life :)

Malyss said...

Whenwe're on a shore, we also say that we see always the same river, never the same water..One of the world 's jokes..

Amin said...

Beautiful words...