Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Where Is The Sun?

One eclipse coming up. Wait it was cloudy for the main part so I got to share thoughts with a number of participants. I had to have my eyes dilated in the early morning so it left me in a haze. My lining on one eye detached and left me with some bleeders that swirl in front of me. I was a bit grouchy  (hard to believe I know) but kept my composure well. I got interviewed by the newspaper and filled his little book full of scientific information.





Well the day did have a few things to offer, and I saw some nice sun shots shared by a friend.






Milkweed garden

Come sit with me and share thoughts and ideas

14 comments:

  1. I'm sorry you missed most of the eclipse. And I hope your eyes are better.

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  2. Hi Steve - I expect you experienced the eclipse ... dampness, chilly feelings, gloomy - but you already had that ... sincerely hope the eyes can be helped and fixed ... cheers Hilary

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  3. How we under appreciate our eyesight!
    But I loved seeing the beauties of nature around you!

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  4. Oh gosh hope your eye feels better now!

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  5. Too bad about the clouds. The clipse wasn't very impressive here at least I didn't think so

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  6. I think I could slide into one of those chairs in the last picture and stay there for hours.
    How's your eye? The HH just had cataract surgery and the eye actually started bleeding. Freaked us out. But everything is okay.
    Congrats on the interview.

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  7. I hope your eyes are working better now!

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  8. Ugh. Can't believe you had to have your eyes dilated on the day of the eclipse! We had clouds too, but had a few good glimpses through my partner's welding hood. lol

    Love the photos. The first dragonfly is especially stunning!

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  9. Well, you took that lemon and made lemonade with it. Your photos are lovely. Lots of dragonflies, which I always enjoy. Hope your eyes are doing all right by now. I had the same thing (or something quite similar) several years ago. I'm sorry to say that those curtains of floaters have never gone away. But, for the most part, I've learned to look past them.

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  10. Even with a cloudy eclipse day, nature is still there, and it is still beautiful.

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  11. Great shots! Take care of your eyes!

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  12. Love those dragon flies. I can almost see the wings moving:)

    Hope they're getting your eye squared away.

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  13. I hope your eye is ok?? Gorgeous photos!

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