Tagore on a Sunset Sky.

“Clouds come floating into my life,

no longer to carry rain or usher storm,

but to add colour to my sunset sky.”

-Rabindranath Tagore  1861 – 1941


Photo: Rowena Curtin: Sunset Pittwater

13 thoughts on “Tagore on a Sunset Sky.

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl

    Very colorful! I think the best sunsets and rises come in the fall and spring. I think it’s the sun’s angle. 😎 Have a great weekend!

  2. Rowena Post author

    Thanks very much, Merril. It was taken at my parents’ place at Palm Beach before they sold it. It was sensational watching the sunsets over the water from the boat ramp as though those Summers would last forever.
    As it turns out, we’ve been so busy that we haven’t had too much time to miss it. Our son is now getting into sailing, which is a great development away from electronics and he seems to be doing well with it.

  3. Rowena Post author

    I think I agree with you. I also like a bit of cloud cover in there to create those layers of light and depth.
    Hope you have a great weekend too!
    xx Ro

  4. Rowena Post author

    I have to remind myself of the importance of leaving space for the new both in terms of creating new memories but particularly with books. We’ve acquired some more shelving from a friend who moved, which has homed a few stray columns from around the house but still need to cull some more.

  5. Rowena Post author

    That’s awesome, Kat. BTW, I had quite a surprise at the beach yesterday which would be right up your alley. You’ll have to check out my latest two posts or I’ll ruin the surprise. No moonlight or dancing involved but definitely inspirational and quite a surprise.
    Hope your week is going well. Almost gone here xx Ro PS Difficult to type on laptop balanced on top of border collie. Sorry about your precious Chika! xx Ro

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