Thursday, September 13, 2012


After feeling so despondent today I decided that, to make me feel even closer to my family,  I would get back to the task of sorting photographs (remember those hundreds that need sorting) and when I opened a file on my computer this beautiful photograph presented itself to me.  Showing the wonders of nature it lifted my spirits so I thought I'd share it and hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

It makes me think of going through a tunnel where there is danger but coming out the other side into a world drenched in beautiful sunlight.  Shows all is not darkness and gloom after all and that there is light at the end of the tunnel and it's not just a train coming in the opposite direction.



  1. Yes it is indeed beautiful and when I posted it I should have acknowledged it was one of many taken by CLARK LITTLE that I received in an email. I have sent that email on to kakka but I am sure if you put his name into Google you would find out lots more about him. He apparently began taking these incredible photos in 2007. It didn't mention copyright in the email but I feel that the man's work should be acknowledged so that's what I've now done.

  2. I have enjoyed your writing so much and I hope when you read my message, you'd feel up and about :)

    By the way, would you like us to follow each other? I would like to get to know you better in the future by reading your future posts. Happy weekend! :)

  3. Hullo Farida.....I didn't know you read my blog. It's just some bits and pieces by an old fuddy duddy that is never quite sure what she is going to write, or even why at times. I would love it if we could follow each other but how do I go about that? Having only been using a computer for a few years I am still very computer illiterate. Show me the way please and we can be blog friends.
    Thank you so much for your very kind comment. xx I have my good days which fortunately are more frequent than the bad ones but have a grizzle occasionally about the ongoing aches and pains. People seem to put up with me rather well for which I am eternally grateful.