Sublime Sunday - SUDDENLY A LIGHT

It was a dull, cloudy Sunday.

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Even a bit of rain fell around noon to enhance the sleepiness of the smalltown atmosphere.

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I spent most of the day at home ...

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... in front of the PC screen ...

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... browsing through some old artworks ...

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... in search of some idea for today's post. Preparing an art-related post would require some artsy text to accompany the visuals. That seemed like too much work on a day like this.

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Just look at the gloomy atmosphere in my living room. I was sleepy, lazy, and deeply uninspired ...

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... until late in the afternoon ...

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... when a bit of beautiful golden light entered through the passage under the partially lowered blinds ...

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... transforming the figurines on the shelves of the cabinet.

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I went out, in the yard ...

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... to see the full scale of that magic phenomenon. The gray old houses became partially orange.

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The last few uneaten pomegranates looked like red lanterns on the tree.

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The distance looked promising ...

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... like a fairyland behind the last houses of the neighborhood.

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There was a hole in the sky.

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No, there were to holes up there, actually. Some strange Lovecraftian god was looking down at me.

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Al these colorful moments were soon swallowed by the night. But the photographs remained.

As always in these posts on HIVE, those photographs are my work - THE END.

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