Summer is winding down. I HATE it that the light is slipping from the sky earlier and earlier. Time to get out my happy lamp to off-set the SAD thing. Geez. I did finally do my version of going to the beach the other day-just for an hour or so in the late afternoon. First time all summer. I stay away from the sandy beach and find myself a quiet spot on the large rocks that serve as a sea wall during winter storms. I usually have the area all to myself and with a great view-that you can see in my glasses. I like it. No sandy toes either.
Extreme Close Up
I love this photo I took at the Museum of the Revolution in Cuba. A window ajar over looking a courtyard. I'm afraid no one but my reflection friends will appreciate, so thanks for looking.
Here's another non-reflected view of the second story. Second story squares, 3rd story arches. It was stunning.
Water and Sky
I'll end with this dreamy water scene...taken as the light was slipping below the tree line. That's what I'm saying...it's too soon to whisper goodbye to summer.
Thanks for stopping by "the Ears" to check out my reflection shots. Hope you have a fabulous weekend. I'm working-how not fair is that?