Fleeting rays of sunlight turn to green.


sunset reflected off glass and clouds


No ray of sunlight is ever lost,


Tree reflected in window glass


but the green it wakes needs time to sprout,


A sunlit branch in the Olympic National Park



Overlooking a reforested area near the Olymic National Park


. . . and it’s not always granted the sower to live to see the harvest.


Road through the forset in olympic national park




tow tall evergree trees risng up to the clouds and backlit with sunlight


All work that is worth doing is done in faith.


red inscect on fiddlehead fern


As quoted from Albert Schweitzer


Here is a link to this weeks photo challenge: SHARE A PICTURE THAT MEANS FLEETING TO YOU.

And the idea that got me started:

  • Observing nature and capturing a quiet, special moment.

Cheers to you all – Bruce

8 thoughts on “Fleeting rays of sunlight turn to green.

  1. Pingback: Weekly photo challenge: Fleeting | The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface

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