When I left for my walk this morning, the sky was just beginning to lighten in the east. A half moon floated overhead and the morning star shone in the west.
Fifteen minutes later, the sun was nearly up and the sky was cloud-free and incredibly luminescent.
And a half hour later, the sunlight was reaching the tops of trees and buildings. I was intrigued by this high-level repair work.
And back at home, the sun was just gilding the tops of our locust tree and the neighbor’s tulip poplar, with the moon overhead.
My approach to contemplative photography --
Tell about it."
Mary Oliver in "Sometimes"