Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Snowy day clouds to the east

This was the view on January 9, best seen by clicking on the image. This morning the rain has returned, and most of the snow and ice are gone. Yesterday I took an hour walk in the snow and ice in Whatcom Falls Park. Sure felt good to be walking.


A friend mentioned Stephen Levine a few days ago. It was in the early 1980s that another friend recommended Who Dies?, a book that I have read and re-read for its wholehearted wholeheartedness that honors heartbreak and renewal in equal measure. It brought me to tears and laughter, sometimes at the same time.

It is where I first read:

"The mind creates the abyss, and the heart crosses it." (Sri Nisargadatta).


The Solitary Walker said...

'Sure felt good to be walking'. You bet!

bev said...

Wonderful icy landscape. It's amazing how a scene can be so transformed by a little ice or snow.

robin andrea said...

The best part of winter is right after the snow and ice, and the sky has mostly cleared. The clarity is breathtaking. Glad to hear you had time for a walk.

Anonymous said...

thank you for this photo. so perfect up there for the snowy owls. i miss the winds down from canada some days, and always those snowy owls appearing on fence posts. kjm