Sedona Pathways ... our daily journey By Ted Grussing, Sedona, Arizona email@example.com Ted Grussing is a Photographer, Soaring Pilot, Attorney, Custom Jewelry Designer and Caregiver.
Tuesday, April 09, 2013
By Ted Grussing
... to break out the macro lenses as the flowers are all beginning to bloom and among the early ones, my favorite the dandelions and the Iris. The photo tonight is one of Marge's and is called "Bragging Rights" and it is space age which means the beards turn up at the end into what they call a horn. There are so many different varieties of Iris and all are beautiful. Thank you for the Pea Soup too Marge and I'm looking forward to more of your blooms coming up, especially Allan's favorite, the "Spurrier".
A windy day today and strong enough to remove the large skylight that opens to the sky on the observatory; it crashed in our front yard, frame and all. Fortunately Behmer Roofing had someone out within the hour to seal the opening to the sky.
Photo deletions are going well and images are being sorted; chaos is leaving and a well ordered portfolio is now within reach. Enjoying the weather and watching yellow clouds of pollen leave the trees and fill the air with the life of spring ... as long as I have my prescription of Singular, it is a beautiful sight,
Have a terrific day ... we are blessed.
Thou. Great God, uphold me also in the lonely hour; and though I fall in the din and the dust of the world, resurrect Thou me.
Even to the last, turn my hands to kindly service, and part my lips in gleeful songs of love.
And in the softly falling dark, when all grows strangely still,
May I be glad to have trod the sweet green earth, and know the tender touch of love.
Yet may I depart with joy, as one who journeys home at evening.