Day 2772: The light

As I’ve said to several people lately, “I think I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I just hope it’s not a train coming in the opposite direction.”

Can you see the light in my photos from yesterday?

Here‘s “I Saw the Light” by Todd Rundgren:

I look forward to seeing the light in the comments section, below.

There’s always the light of gratitude at the end of these posts (and I don’t think it’s a train coming in the other direction!).

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17 thoughts on “Day 2772: The light

  1. there is so much light in this post, and it clearly illustrates that there are many levels of light, not just full out brightness, or an absence of it when darker, it is always present in some form.

  2. Maireen

    The light is you, Ann.

  3. I can see the light in Oscar and Harley’s eyes, prophets of peace and wisdom.

  4. I see how you find the light in our world, Ann, and I thank you for it. I also am thankful when lovely Oscar graces my morning visit to your photos.

    • I see how you find the light in our world, my friend, and I am always thankful when you grace my blog with your light. ❤

  5. The sunlight is good

  6. deLIGHtful post! Keep shining, my dear friend! ♡〜٩(^▿^)۶〜♡

  7. There’s a Saharan dust cloud moving westward now, something that happens regularly but this one is unusually large. It will block some sunlight but also create spectacular sunsets. Sometimes what blocks some of the light makes the light that gets through shine even brighter.

  8. Living in the light is good but we need darkness to regenerate do we not

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