Monday, May 23, 2011

 TIP #81
Trace the black lace edge of twilight.

Honor the sun's retiring with your full presence. Run the fingertips of your imagination across the lacy filigree of treetops, their leaf and branch etched jet black into the dwindling hearthglow of western sky.


Robin Easton said...

This is exquisitely lovely! It is one of my favorite times. I am always stopped in my tracks when I see this kind of sunset. There is just something about it that goes way deep inside me, and demands that I stop and experience it's haunting, timeless, and even primal beauty.

This are beautiful reminders, Jeffrey. So key to our well being. Bless you for sharing them, and more importantly for recognizing their importance in all our lives.

Jeffrey Willius said...

Dear Robin -- I know how busy you are. Thanks for taking the time to check out my blog! I'm enjoying getting to know you through your thoughtful posts, comments and, most of all, through your wonderful book, which I'm savoring.

Ruthie Redden said...

Ahh, yes, I love this. Silhouettes are one of my fave things to photograph, as are trees and sunsets!

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