tiny changes Written by Ellen Grace Olinger tiny changes towards Fall morning sky the color of robin eggs * * * Inspired by and in honor of the many ways we experience the seasons. The picture is courtesy of Karen’s Whimsy. Like this:Like Loading... 17 thoughts on “tiny changes” sweet image, thanks for sharing LikeLike You are welcome. Thanks for your comment. LikeLike Just yesterday I saw a flock of tiny birds (sparrows of some sort? perhaps) that clearly were involved in migration. Whether they’d just arrived or were going farther south I can’t say, but it was a sign of the season getting ready to turn, despite the terrible heat and humidity. It’s the light that tells the tale. LikeLike Hi Linda, So true about the light. Interesting you saw the birds. LikeLike I took my walk at 7:15 this morning. The breeze hinted of autumn just around the corner, and the sky was, indeed, the color of robin eggs. The sunrise yesterday was a red sky at morning, which supposedly means sailor take warning. But in Colorado it was a beautiful blaze over the red rocks in Garden of the Gods. LikeLike Dear Marylin, Thank you for the picture from Colorado. LikeLike What a beautiful morning colour. LikeLike Thank you, always enjoy watching the sky in the early morning. LikeLike We are headed for heat wave so I will enjoy your words and hope for signs of Fall. LikeLike I’m sure we will have more warm days too. LikeLike Fall will arrive before we know it. That’s a lovely image. LikeLike Thanks, Patti LikeLike I love the imagery. I can see the sky. I’ve always admired those who convey such beauty in so few words! LikeLike Thank you for your kind words. LikeLike Yes, so subtle they can be. Robin’s egg blue….sigh. LikeLike Dear Margie, Thank you and hope your weekend is beautiful. LikeLike oh how lovely LikeLiked by 1 person Comments are closed.