October Skies

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17 thoughts on “October Skies”

    1. The skies have been very cloudy and grey lately, but rather than fuss about them, I thought I would relish their texture. Dramatic is a good term, I think, for what I felt about them when I took the photographs yesterday.

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  1. I am loving those skies! They make me want to curl up with a hot chocolate and a good book. Right now, my sky is grey, cloudy, and filled with rain – also perfect for reading 🙂 Thanks for sharing those photos – I especially loved the one with the scarecrow.

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  2. I’m amazed by the scarecrow. It looks for all the world like it’s wearing something made of Liberian country cloth, which is woven in long strips on looms, then stitched together.

    We finally have some gorgeous weather — 60s at night, 80 by day — and soon, oh, soon! it will really cool, and our color will arrive.

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    1. What an interesting connection to the scarecrow’s outfit. I’ll have to look up some Liberian clothes as they are unfamiliar to me, but I was struck by the fact that the robe appeared to be a human’s rather than a scarecrow’s. I guess my first thought was of Jacob and the coat of many colors.

      So glad for gorgeous (i.e. cooler) weather!

      I keep singing “je ne veux pas travieller” to myself…what a wonderful gift you gave me via that song!

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        1. San Diego is so very beautiful, as I know you know, and please eat some Mexican food for me in between photographing your surroundings. Oh my goodness, my mouth is watering just thinking about the margaritas and tacos…take a picture of hat! 😊

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