#125 Red Soil In the Sunset

November 8th, 2010

Red Soil In the Sunset

Someone will sing that song

Mountains and oceans

Have a few things in common. Among them, the morning and evening breezes. East to West in the morning, then West to East at nightfall on these mountains. This particular evening, the wind was a brisk forty or fifty miles an hour, and the sun filtered its light through just the right amount of cloud and dust to light up the West end of Muddy Mountain like a bar-room sign. The clouds above the mountain had a hard time holding their shapes in the evening breeze.

Rating 4.29 out of 5

One Comment

  1. Bridget Says:

    I spend a lot of time in meditation, and teaching meditation, and guiding people on meditations. We often talk about grounding, and we imagine that we’re connecting ourselves to the middle of the earth. We imagine deep red energy. When I saw this picture, I felt like it was an example of the deep red energy of our planet. How wonderful to see a visual reminder of this energetic experience.

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