When that happens the village where I live blossoms, like a rose covered in dew, just starting to unfurl it's petals, in order for all to admire the beauty it is about to become.
This is the view I saw at 8.00a.m.
|A whisp of mist escaped the cloud,|
and swirled around a single fishing boat in the bay
RMan and I had to collect some materials for the business which involved travelling along one of the most scenic routes in the world. This is what we saw from the other side of the mist...
|Our village is just behind the fog - you can|
see the main ocean fog bank behind
Klein Leeukoppie (Little Loin's Head) mountain
We are fleeting, transitory beings who inhabit our litttle space for such a brief moment in time when taken in the grand context of the life of this planet thus far. What right have we to be the cause of any alteration / destruction / self-centered monetary gain at the expense of Mother Earth?
These photo's are, to me, a perfect example of why we need to consider our impact on this planet and the eco footprint we leave behind when we physically depart this amazing place called Earth.
And, Oh - what a wonderful view to start the week with - I am so blessed :-)
Update: 7.00 p.m.
Still hanging around LOL - absolutely stunning...
|Sunset is in an hour's time|