Sunday, October 04, 2009

Convergence of the Universe

I wandered up to the roof last evening after a glorious day of a great comida with friends. Then came a conversation with the "Gypsy Kids". Baby Matilda got on the phone so we could play Patty Cake long distance. She then nearly brought me to tears when she said "Hello Gammy". No she hasn't gotten to Grammy yet as the other five grandkids have, but Gammy will do. Oh my, it's been a long time since someone has wrapped their fingers around my heart like that little one has done.
So, anyway, I'm up on the roof reflecting on the day and the Harvest Moon was huge and just coming up over the horizon. I love having all these horizons to see all the time. After I took the first shot of the moon, I looked over the canyon at the presa and the sky was yellow, pink, purple blue. It was breathtaking. Eveywhere I looked for the next thirty minutes or so became more and more beautiful. It was a technicolor wonderland. I wanted to share it with all of you.
The lights started to come on down in the colonias and that added to the beauty also. The straight line of lights in the above photo are from the cars coming from Atotonilco and Delores Hidalgo. The mountains are in the background.
Everywhere there was rapture in the beauty of the sky. It was nature at its best. Just like the experience last summer when I was in the Gulf of Mexico and the water was like emeralds. Remember that blog? Just when you think it can't get any better, it does.
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Michael Dickson said...

I grant you one thing: San Miguel has some really great vistas. Wish I had yours, and mine ain´t that bad.

Babs said...

Nope, I thought of that as I wrote the blog. Your views of Mount Fuji-Taco are exquisite.

Steve Cotton said...

For vistas, the cean gets an A. For weather, not so much.

Islagringo said...

I know exactly what color combinations and fusions you are talking about. Ain't Nature grand!