A Gray Morning ~ With a Bit of Light

I was fascinated by this very gray morning on November 29

dsc_2504-001I don’t know why – but I love a foggy, gray morning now and then.

dsc_2505-001I’m sure that I would get tired of them if this is how every morning looked.



dsc_2515-001Isn’t it amazing what a little light (flash) from a camera can do.


It made me think

In a world where there is a lot of dark, gray news.

Jesus came to give us light

and asked us to pass it on.

A Beautiful Rainbow

Friday Evening, October 21

3-1Because of a beautiful evening sky, I walked outside in the rain to get a few pictures.


2After taking this picture, I turned around to walk toward the house and saw a beautiful rainbow.





dsc_8722Then, almost as quickly as it arrived, it was gone. I think it lasted only one or two minutes.

Red Sky At Morning, Sailors Take Warning

November 12, 2015

1 (1)From the Internet:The common phrase “Red sky at morning” is a line from an ancient rhyme often repeated by mariners.

Red sky at night, sailors’ delight.

Red sky at morning, sailors take warning

1 (2)I had difficulty believing that this beautiful morning was going to soon turn to rain.

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DSC_4743However, the red was short lived and soon began turning pink and purple.


DSC_4738Then within minutes the clouds began moving in – changing the pretty red to gray.

DSC_4746Before long the rain arrived.



DSC_4755The red sky and rain also reminded me of the time in the Bible when Jesus was talking to the Pharisees and Sadducees in Matthew 16.

“You are good at reading the weather signs of the skies—red sky tonight means fair weather tomorrow; red sky in the morning means foul weather all day—but you can’t read the obvious signs of the times!”