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A Free Show


As our side of the Earth begins to rotate away from the sun, I like to watch the late afternoon sun's rays glimmer and glow on the tree branches above our neighbor's rooftop.

Ever heard the song I Got Plenty of Nothing? Barbra Streisand sang it in the 1960s. If I had a theme song, I'd definitely consider that song. Part of the lyrics are:  
. . .I got no lock on the door, that's the way to be
They can steal the rug from the floor
That's okay with me, 'cause the things that I prize
Like the stars in the skies they're all free
Oh, I got plenty of nothin', and nothin's plenty for me. . .

Today's share is with Skywatch Friday. It's been awhile. Here's the link


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  1. I love the very same show and am always trying to shoot it. You've done a nice job

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  2. Great photo, the late afternoon/early evening sun can produce some lovely effects :)

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    1. Thanks, Eunice. A professional photographer told me that the best times to shoot photos is before 9 am (or was it 10 am?) and after 4 pm. What I should've asked is daylight or standard time.

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  3. Hello, pretty sky capture. I love the tree. I enjoyed your free show.
    Happy weekend to you!

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  4. That's so pretty - I also love nature's incredible free shows.

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    1. I hope no one every finds a way to make us pay admission.

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  5. Love those lyrics and enjoyed your pretty view!

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    1. If you ever have a chance, check out Barbra's rendition. I can still sing most of the song.

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  6. Winter sun definitely does provide a magnificent light show. :)

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    1. Now that I'm gardening, I'm learning so much about the changes in the sun's light on the land. So cool.

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    1. I'm so glad there's a free show of this lovely sky every day that I want to see it.

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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