November 25, 2012

Blog Post 3600

(Image Composited in Photoshop)
Winter's cold dark days are depressing.
Here we don't get snow very often, so we welcome it for breaking the monotony of grayness
with whiteness, which is brighter, more cheerful.

I long for sunshine.
I take vitamin D but it does not comfort me like the sun's cheery rays that warm my skin and overfill my eyes.
I have a lamp that fills my eyes with brightness, but it does not caress my skin with warmth.

Gray days too short in a season too long: Winter.

7 comments:

  1. Lovely image.
    I like winter for the crisp, cold factor - and the fact it makes me appreciate the sun more :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes, beautiful composition, excellent light, I love the color of the sky. Greetings.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I hear you loud and clear. I can't wait until summer.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I don't mind cold days; it's the wet, dark, and grey ones I don't like.
    Lovely picture.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I love the drama of this shot! Great photo.

    ReplyDelete

The View from Squirrel Ridge features thousands of views of the Shenandoah Valley and surrounding area. I post frequently so please visit often.

Your comments are appreciated. If you are responding to a post older than a few days, your comment will be held until we have a chance to approve it. Thanks for your patience!

Sorry, anonymous comments cannot be accepted because of the large number of spam comments that come in that way.