Monday, February 23, 2015

The Dish

A month or so ago, we drove up a hill. The sun was very low and about to set. It made the side of this brick building light up. And the shadow of this huge dish fascinated me.



                    It was a momentary distraction from the real reason we had driven up here.


 “You’ll forget your troubles; they’ll be like old, faded photographs. Your world will be washed in sunshine, every shadow dispersed by dayspring. Full of hope, you’ll relax, confident again; you’ll look around, sit back, and take it easy.”

Job 11

32 comments:

Linda said...

This is so cool, Ginny...and your photos are gorgeous, as always. :)

Ruth Hiebert said...

Oh such beauty in the sky.Thanks for sharing. The satellite dish shadow is cool too.

Nancy Chan said...

Hi Ginny, what a beautiful sunset! The shadow of the dish reflected on the wall looked like a big umbrella. I like the colour too.

Linda said...

LOVE those pics! Looks 'artsy!'

SweetMarie said...

that shadow is so awesome! Sandra will love it! I love how the sunshine makes the brick wall glow! just gorgeous!!'
amazing sky!

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! ll the shots are so vibrant and beautiful

Amazing wonders in my life said...

Lovely colours... Wonderful capture!

From the Kitchen said...

Bravo! Beautiful photos!

Best,
Bonnie

Sandra said...

your DISH ART is amazing and awesome, awesome, awesome. I love all of it. and of course God's art is awesome to. what a find on that dish reflection and the light was perfect. when the sun is dropping down low in the sky or raising up low int the sky is the best time for photos. love love love these pics

Tamago said...

Wow, the shadow on the brick looks really beautiful! The sky is very lovely, too. Maybe because of brick, these photos make me feel sort of nostalgic :-)

Ann Thompson said...

cool shadow. it would have distracted me too

Patsy said...

Great photo's!
Yes I did buy the Mayonnaise Dishes at the estate sale, been so long ago forgot how much I paid for them. I found two on the net. but no price of how much they would be today.

A Quiet Corner said...

That brick certainly was glowing....just as colorful as your sunset!...:)JP

DeniseinVA said...

You have an excellent eye for seeing the interesting Ginny. Great photos, a spectacular sunset and the shadow cast by the satellite dish makes for lovely photos. I love that time of day when everything turns golden.

Shug said...

I have discovered that not only are your subjects ...wonderful, but your angles are always perfect...
Great!!

LV said...

You have a good eye for finding the most interesting and different sights. Keep you camera handy. Love visiting and seeing what you share.

EG CameraGirl said...

The shadow is fascinating on the bricks! I love these photos. Ginny!

Rose said...

I can see why the shadow fascinated you, but oh, my goodness. I doubt I would have noticed had I had that view.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

You have the most gorgeous sunsets there! And captured beautifully, I must say. Love the shadow shot of the dish, too.

Cranberry Morning said...

Those are gorgeous photographs!!

Cranberry Morning said...

Those are gorgeous photographs!!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

What an amazing moment you capture here...so beautiful!!!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What beautiful photos!

Karen said...

Thank you for sharing this hope. I was in the book of Job this morning, too!

Connie Arnold said...

Thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures, Ginny! I always love looking at sunsets, and the other one is unique.

Enie Dub said...

What an amazing picture! The shadow is incredible

ann nz said...

here in NZ, if you see a big dish like this, chances are it is a Chinese house.

Tanya Breese said...

wonderful set of photos!! more snow on the way, stay warm!!

Tanya Breese said...

wonderful set of photos!! more snow on the way, stay warm!!

Shammickite said...

Fab sunset and fab image on the brick wall.

Catherine said...

Sometimes the sun casts the most beautiful image and you are blessed to notice them. It only lasts for seconds and those who take the time to look and see are very blessed.
xoxo Catherine

CatTales said...

All of the photos are superb, Ginny.

Mildred