Welcome to Mundane Monday #156: our theme today is serendipitous light. Does serendipitous light contradict mundane? I don’t think so. We were walking on the beach in the evening and as the angle of the light changed, Marrowstone Island lit up under the lowering clouds. I stopped taking pictures of the flock of brant and took pictures of the land and sky instead.
What picture do you have of serendipitous or accidental or fortuitous light? Link and I will post them next Monday.
Last Mundane Monday #155, the theme was close color.
The Wishing Well sends this: https://bedressed.wordpress.com/2018/04/12/photo-challenge-yesterdays-mundane-capture/.
And K. L.Allendorfer: https://klallendoerfer.wordpress.com/2018/04/09/mundane-monday-embassy-suites/.
Happy Monday and I hope that your sky and horizon light up more than once this week.
There, I managed to mess up links to #155 at least three times….learning.
Taken from Port Townsend, zoomed in on Marrowstone Island.
I love the water here, mountains, forests… home.
Early Saturday, the fog is rolling up over Marrowstone Island, with the distant Cascades showing above the fog line.
We got up early to photograph the sunrise on Saturday. The fog is lying on the sound and rolling up over Marrowstone Island. The Cascades are visible over the fog. Port Townsend Bay is clear and the water calm.
For the Daily Prompt: foggy.
This is for Virtues and views, Blogging from A to Z, the letter S.
There is more than one feeling that the fog could raise: shy, sneaky, subtle, sleepy. Scary if I am in a sailboat and the fog slides off Marrowstone Island and reaches fingers towards my boat. If I am smart, I am prepared with charts and radio and GPS and radar and I know that the ferry comes through and I will stay out of it’s way.
From dictionary.com: shy.
1. bashful; retiring.
2. easily frightened away; timid.
I am a bit shy of that sort of person.
4. reluctant; wary.
5. deficient: shy of funds.
6. scant; short of a full amount or number:
still a few dollars shy of our goal; an inch shy of being six feet.
7.(in poker) indebted to the pot.
Yet these all seem negative. Can’t shy be a positive feeling? From everything2.com and Webster 1913:
The embarrassed look of shy distress
And maidenly shamefacedness.
That isn’t what I want either, that women should be shy and retiring.
No, I am thinking of the shy delight and mystery of the fog lying over Marrowstone Island while it’s clear on the water. And wondering shyly if the fog will expand as the tendrils reach down to the water… or will it dissipate slowly to a bright clear sunny day?
My shy and secret delight at the beauty of the world.
I am still in love with these clouds. Though Maxfield Parish’s clouds are amazing: here.
This is for the Ronovan Writes weekly haiku #51, prompt words future and give. I have been reading Walt Kelley’s Pogo again. One strip yesterday worked it’s way from ptarmagin and ptruly and pteam all the way to a pun involving “non compass Memphis” in just four panels. Talk about away with words! I am studying latin again in my spare time, so I about fell off my chair laughing. Hooray for Mr. Kelly!
future feature give
teacher stretcher lecher live
liver fetcher fugue
I took the photograph last summer camping on Marrowstone Island.
Ha, the joke is on me. That’s the June 2015 challenge. I’m leaving it up……