What is that spot in the sky? No, not the red and green UFOs, silly, the bright white one! As Chuck showed you this morning, Michigan skies in winter look quite different... 90% of the time.
So when the sun came out today, I had to go get a Vitamin D fix. I never did believe that stuff about staying out of the sun, and that 30 minutes of sun a week would provide enough vitamin D. And now, the "experts" have decided that more sunlight is good. Ha! I knew it!
Sun makes the world un-flat! Look how the shadow of a very ordinary bush curves down that snowdrift.
It even makes an old fence into a geometric work of art.
Finally, I like this one a lot. I think I went to Antarctica today. It looks so much like some pictures taken by Shackleton's photographer. Well, I can pretend. I don't have to admit that it's just where the snowplow threw the snow.
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