Photo taken late yesterday afternoon in an attempt to capture the layers of pink and blue in the sky behind the cabin, when another view 'into' the window appeared quite by chance.
The moon last night as it appeared through the living room window into the darkness of the night's shining blue beacon of light. Not blue to the naked eye but a true blue moon to the camera's eye.
Same view from living room window at the break of day.
View from another window to take in a marvelous unwintry sunset.
A view of the lake from the top of the sunroof, where little eyes nearby were nearly, safely home for the evening. A daily commute, not too difficult to take in, time and time again.
Celestial view from a deck on high..."high above the maddening crowd." A visit to another big city where the views penetrate one's imagination.
"Too Close for comfort" smoldering view near our home during the Angora Lakes, Tahoe fire in June 2007.
"A room with a view" and a peek into the feline's point of view.
View from the saddle...one can only imagine!
View from the big blue tractor in the hay fields at "the ranch" in Fallon, NV.
A view of winter last with no winter in sight anytime soon.
Wish I could say this is my view, however, it is a view nearby, taken by my daughter from a boat on the San Francisco Bay.
A salute to the view from a daughter's workspace in Point Richmond, CA.
And, a fond farewell.
"And last but not least..."
My incredible view from the kitchen window as I complete this post.
All photos are mine except the one of the Golden Gate Bridge, borrowed from my daughter's collection and also the photo of the Angora fire, taken from local coverage at the time of the fire.
Locations of photos: Lake Tahoe, CA., Fallon, NV., San Francisco, CA., Point Richmond, CA., Berkeley, CA., Minneapolis, MN.
Special note and thanks to Linda Seccaspina for her beautiful post today and her daily inspirations. And also, a big thank you to my grand children, Graydon and Sydney Rose, whose innocent point of view keeps me grounded and sane.