a curry county christmas eve


You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one. 
John Lennon


18 thoughts on “a curry county christmas eve

  1. This image has a moodiness that somehow befits the mixture of hope and apprehension I’m feeling at the start of another year. I love the word, “catchlight” – just right. Googling it, I see it’s moslty used to describe the light in someone’s eyes in a portrait, but I like this more, really – those reflections in the watery sand just at the end of the incoming wave, catchlights for the sky.
    Best to you in 2017, Gunta!

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    • Hadn’t thought of the scene as a metaphor for uncertain times, but you’re spot on with it. To me it looks like some weak, but determined light (hope) shining through. We live in interesting times for sure. Hope the light continues to shine no matter how subdued. Thank you for all the views and light you bring, adding your touch of light. We can certainly use it.
      Wishing you a wonder-full and light-filled year as well!

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  2. Oh what a gorgeous and breathtaking vista, Gunta, and your photo is spectacular. I love that beaming ray of sunshine shooting through the heavy clouds. And the golden light in the waves is an extra treat. Wonderful quote and lots of hope and expansiveness here — a great new year wish. My best to you for an expansive and hopeful new year, dear Gunta~~

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    • “Catchlight”… a great word I don’t hear too often. It’s marvelous when you do catch it off the ocean. How lucky we are to live close to this wonder. Wishing you and yours all the best for the coming year as well!

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    • Thank you, my friend. It seems my love affair with sky and sea never ends, though it’s been a bit dormant this past year. Wishing you the very same for the coming year. Peace and love! 🙂


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