It was COLD! Darn COLD! Mid-20’s with a wind-chill in the mid-teens.
I was planning on heading out to yoga… then Doug sent me a text “some really interesting cloud formations out there”…
That was it… I was going on a Sunset Stroll in this frigid cold – and takin’ the dog with me!
Here’s a video I made for you of the stroll:
And here are my energy enhanced photos from the stroll:
I work with my original photos to bring through them the awesome energy I felt when viewing the sunset.
While trying hard to keep my little truck on the ice-covered dirt roads, I stopped to capture this frozen bog with the sliver of blue-blue sky just over the pines.
I had visited Whitesbog the day prior when the temps were around 15 degrees warmer. It was a sloppy mess! Not today – everything was again frozen…
The sun finally peaked out from behind the clouds…
Then the sun totally burst from the sky – sending it’s golden rays to dance across every surface.
Being out in nature is something that I do often.
It helps me to connect back to myself and the energy that runs through all things.
Enjoying nature is something that has helped me move from ‘Blah to Bliss’.
What is something simple that you do to help keep yourself feelin’ good? (share with me in the comments below).
Behind me, the sky glowed pink while the bare trees were aglow in the ‘golden hour’ sun.
As the sun set, the colors it threw into the sky became more vibrant. This is the color cast in the Eastern sky, reflected in the frozen bog – enhanced by the energy I felt while viewing it.
The Grand Finale of this Live Painting in the Sky was this burst of hot pink shooting through the clouds and reflecting on the bogs below.
The color was slowly fading from the sky. Soc and I were FREEZING! Seriously – the tips of my fingers hurt really bad from being so cold.
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We headed back towards the car and I shot one more photo of the road leading out of the bog system.
The color reflected in the icy tire tracks reminds me of the DeLorean in Back to the Future 🙂
I slowly made my way through the icy dirt roads and puddles when Doug showed up!
He had made it to the bogs just in time to catch the sunset.
Here is his BEAUTIFUL photo from the night:
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Thanks for joining me on this sunset stroll!
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