A surprise sunrise yesterday, Tuesday morning, in Austin.
If Sheila hadn’t alerted me I’d missed the whole thing, lol! The bluish white skew in the sky is not a digital effect, just part of the cold fog moisture not yet lit or evaporated by the warming morning. I’d seen portions of sky like this before, especially at Butler Park from the hill there, but not a whole sky, wow!
I decided right away it was a good sign, what being Valentine’s month, Sheila’s and the youngest grandchild’s birth month 💕
I imagine, through the who really knows-how-many years people been walking about, gazing at the sky, spotting eclipses and alignments in the night, all sorts of interpretations been given to whatever was happening. Sure, we know the pollution and pollen and dust in the air has a lot to do with the red in the sunrise (and sunsets), but as far as what it means, or can mean, well, I think that’s up to us ☺️
Take care everyone! When we can, we can create our beliefs! Not a bad thing, if we choose good – even in the abstract, I think it’ll work it’s way down 😊
Other Sunrise/Sunset Posts here on my site –
Adan’s One Line PhotoPoems – Mount Mansfield September Sunrise One (of 7 in series) (2020)
New! Sunrise Sunset Photos From Costa Rica – la Pura Vida! (2017)
Adan’s Fine Art America Images # 4 – Rolling Hill Country, Photography circa 2004 (2019)
New Austin Texas Images on Fine Art America – Butler Park, Lady Bird Lake (2017)
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