wordless wednesday (with words)

 
Sometimes the sky does this early morning madness

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that makes me drop everything and run outside,
down the street and into the darkness of the ravine

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where for a moment (only a moment)

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I think about the coyotes

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and then I don’t think about them

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because surely they’re looking up too.

 

Other wordless friends:

Cheryl Andrews
Allison Howard
Barbara Lambert
Allyson Latta
Elizabeth Yeoman

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17 thoughts on “wordless wednesday (with words)

  1. Beautiful!!

    Saw the sky too just before the magic gave way to a “regular” morning.

    Thanks for the lovely post!

    Jaya

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. What rich, mesmerizing shots, Carin. It doesn’t seem possible the sky could offer such a variety of colours and patterns, does it? I’ve told you before — I notice the sky more often now because of your photography. (Sometimes I look up and think, “Carin would love these clouds/colours,” etc. I love the words that accompany this series too — the image of coyotes looking up at the same sky. You poet, you.

  3. Mmmmmm! And — I can’t resist — trying my best to do a wild coyote yipping chorus. Because I am sure that if they are looking up, they will be serenading this magnificent display with song!
    Thank you. what a panoply of magnificence.

    1. I hear those yips at night sometimes. Have been told it means they’re celebrating a meal but I like your group singalong version better. About the panopoly — not strictly in keeping with the rules, I know. Exciting though… like colouring outside the lines. Feeling all rebel with a cause… (:

    1. Nothing trumps that sight. Not breakfast, not meditation, not a lack of proper ‘outdoor clothes’… (I know, I know… if I’ meditating how do I see out the window?? *ahem*)

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