A collection of views of ‘My Sky’ taken from my back door
What a difference a day makes!
They are not all from this year or from the same time of the day.
I have often said that if I had to stand at my sink all day, I could not complain: The view was always changing with the movement of the sun and clouds lighting or casting shadows on the landscape
Lovely series. It makes me wonder if my life will ever allow me to count on being able to stand at my back door and take a regular(ish) series of the same view over the seasons. Somehow, I doubt it…
Kate, one day at a time, my friend. Not easy I know when facing the struggles you have at the moment. If you have a window to enjoy the view, let that carry you through the early stage and get someone to open it so you can smell the roses! Virtual positive hugs wending their way to you.
beautiful pictures. what a wonderful view you have.
I am very fortunate, it compensates for the uphill climb home when I have walked down to the town.
Beautiful sky shots, GM.
I lose the sunsets from September to March, so the photos are a reminder of the good nights.
I wish that I could have something like that instead of concrete that I am surrounded by.
If I decided to move from this house that view is the first thing I would miss.
I am grateful I have a view of our mountain out the front, and the sun sets behind it. I get some of these same sunsets! You do have a beautiful view.
I love the view, never tire of it… when it is not hidden under a thick grey sky.
We use ours to predict the weather. If we can’t see the mountain, it’s about to rain!
I too use the view to check for rain. When it reaches a certain point, I have ten minutes to clear the clothesline!
Excactly! Or I tell himself he can walk the dog safely in…15 minutes but make it fast!
Views are especially important to me.
I miss my view when I am away from home but filling my time new people, places and memories.