cross-eyed from chasing and fixing broken links on this blog
step outside to look far away (good exercise for the eyes)
notice the gathering clouds above
trees like sentinels in silhouette
November 28, 2013 in Nature, Photoworks by Marja-Leena
That’s a very magnificent skyscape and I especially like that it’s framed by the trees. Life goes on.
Many congratulations for keeping up with your intention of posting daily in November. It’s been wonderful.
Susan, I’m pleased you like this photo. My deepest thanks for your ever faithful and kind comments on, I think, every one of the posts this month. At times it was a struggle to keep up but it was good for me especially since I have been on this machine every day fixing those dratted broken links and missing line breaks. Sometimes it was just a photo like today.
I’ve done this NaBloPoMo, or National Blog Posting Month challenge once before some years ago.This may the last time.
Marja-Leena, this month is at least here a month of NaNoWriMo, and writer’s are supposed to write 50 000 word books fusing it. I have been following some desperations from time to time in social media and blogs. I assume writing must also make some sense…
I haven’t ever tried it. But you did do well, and especially as some links fell off! Maybe these net-tasks are then national? I haven’t heard of blog months here.
It’s just about weather like here in Vaasa. Just had the second strong wind storm yesterday, last week was a bigger one yet. This morning nice small very very pink clouds greeted us from the seaside. You have a day of soft sheep-clouds.
Ripsa, I think NaNoWroMo and NaBloPoMo are held the same month and are open to bloggers world wide. I did not officially sign up just thought I’d try it. I could not imagine doing the writers’ one! Two more posts to go….
Sorry to hear about more storms over there. Here we tend to get monsoon-like weather in November but this year it has not been bad.
What vigor and brightness in that sky! I love the massed clouds, and the sun burning its way through the tree!
Marly, yes! I am glad I went back in for the camera and the photos turned out.