Pharos

Lighthouse

Watchtower

Phare

Light tower

Beacon

A Pharos

guiding the ships

at sunset

on & off

Hope it guides us to a beautiful week ahead.

Happy Monday!


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  1. Reminds me of a nav beacon and more distant lighthouse – two – that I used to look at at night. They were slightly out of sync so I’d wait for them to come together… disperse (temporally) and then come together again. All very magical. Remember once listening to Bowie’s “Low” thru phones while doing this after coming home from friend’s place at night.. the light reflected off the urethaned pine paneling of the cottage walls. All torn down now! 🙂 But the memory persists…

    See what an image can do! 🙂

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  2. Now that’s very sweet! Crazy art, but it’s photography.
    It seems your eye on earth’s creations, it’s nerve net ( if you will) is consistent with your creations of earth.
    I’m so happy & honoured to know such a richly endowed artist.
    ❦🎨❦📷❦🦚❦🎨❦
    ❦🎨❦📷❦🦚❦🎨❦📷❦📷❦🦚❦🎨❦📷❦🦚❦🎨❦📷❦🦚❦🎨❦📷❦🦚

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    • Awwwwwww, Resa, it’ll take years for the blushing to rub off my face!!!!! You’re so sweet!!!!!!!!! …and you know that I feel EXACTLY the same way about you, my sweet sweet friend.
      Sending a load of love and hugs
      and many many kisses!!!!!!
      ❣❤🤗😘❤🤗😘❤🤗😘❤❣

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    • The transitions were so beautiful, I was mesmerized! I think that’s about the only good thing with the Sahara dust! It transforms sunsets to …otherworldly inages! Yamas!

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