The full moon shines its light at the east end of the lake competing with the Christmas lights at the West end. Little Blue sits directly in the middle. Little Blue won’t win a competition for the brightest light in either category but stands tall anyway. Proud to show Gods love as both the moon and the holiday trees do with a small tree with red bulbs symbolizing my faith and the hope that the season brings to all.
The sunrises at Little Blue are amazing! I so enjoy watching while sipping a hot cup of coffee. It’s even better when family or friends join me!
Sunrises in the lake are my favorite. In the autumn, they are a little harder to photograph because the sun now rises later, at a different angle and the dock has been put away making it harder to get the right spot to take a picture. Maybe that’s what makes them extra special now.
It’s mid November and there are still swans swimming in the lake. We wonder if it’s because the weather is still beautiful (60 degrees and sunny) or if there’s one who hasn’t learned to fly yet.
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton