I had the privilege of spending this past weekend on Kiawah Island, South Carolina. On the day the full moon rose, we were gifted with muted, layered bands of color on the Eastern horizon:
The soft light of the moon wrapped a pink, blue and grey shawl around the edge of the land.
At the same time, on the Western horizon, the sunset created a multi-layered spectacle of sky colors and water reflections. The blue expanse of the sky could barely contain the orange gold explosion whose feathery outer fingers reached almost all the way over to the quiet Moon territory. The Painter generously sprinkled purple and pink hues across the ocean and the rippled tide which turned the sandy beach into a vast mirror landscape.
These pictures are the visual representation of my prayer of gratitude for being shown so much beauty.