Confusing Weather

This is a confusing world.  I saw hundreds of Geese flying North yesterday.  They were extremely high in the air, which meant they were in the middle of a long flight.  I wondered if they were as confused with the weather as all of us humans are.  You see these geese are heading North at least 6 weeks earlier than normal.  Despite our weather, the sun rises and the sun sets.  So, I decided to include some photos of colorful skies.

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When you do something noble and beautiful and nobody noticed, do not be sad.  For the sun every morning is a beautiful spectacle and yet most of the audience still sleeps.  iliketoquote.com

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Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you.  Unknown Author

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19 thoughts on “Confusing Weather

  1. Your skies always bring to me the feelings of how wonderful is Gods creation in the world Peggy..
    Yes I feel lots of confusion.. Had you heard of the hundreds of whales beaching themselves in Australia this week? Sad..
    I feel Nature is sensing and we should take note..

    Always I feel much calmer when I visit here Peggy.. Lovely photos my friend xx

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      1. Yes it is in NZ if found out.. and yes very sad.. I often wonder if our interference’s are affecting their migration paths. We put out so many invisible micro waves . The ocean too is very polluted and nuclear waste is still pouring into it from Japan.. We have so messed up this wonderful planet in so many ways.. ❤

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