June 26, 2017

The mystical morning light.

Just now, in the backyard, as the sun rises:

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I don't know why the light is taking that form. I assume the sun is reflecting off of something. But I am fascinated by the seeming shape of a jawline and ear. 

23 comments:

Bill Crawford said...

Looks like Lenin

David Begley said...

Looks like Meade.

Meade said...

Looks like a nice day.

David Begley said...

Correction. Looks like Laslo.

Ralph L said...

Tomorrow you get a skull

Wednesday it talks

Are those redbuds?

Unknown said...

Light em if you got em..

Ron said...

Ah! Laura Palmer!

Meade said...

Redbuds in a blue county in a red state.

J2 said...

OK til it starts weeping blood.

JRoberts said...

Ann, sometimes a tortilla is just a tortilla.

surfed said...

I see Jesus. Or maybe Mohammed. Buddha?
No! It's Laslo. Definitely Laslo.

rhhardin said...

It used to be, around this time of year, the setting sun would come in the patio door to the NW, through the family room, the kitchen, the hall, and the living room, hitting a spot in the SE across the room from my computer, a very unintuitive shot.

Alas trees a block away have now grown enough to block it (or the earth's orbit has changed) and it no longer happens as a sort of stonehenge celebration of the season.

Ralph L said...

There a waterfall in Yosemite? that's lit up like molten lava against black rock for 15 minutes a year. Saw it on PBS.

Rene Saunce said...

Cool - lips, a nose, an ear. It's a face!

Virtually Unknown said...

Obviously it's Trump with Putin inside his brain.

Bob Boyd said...

It's a kitten with a ball of yarn in its paws.

Viking In Winter said...

Its obvious from these pictures that some AA fans start their day with a little doobie.
Congratulations.

Lyle Smith said...

Happy Bush monster.

NorthOfTheOneOhOne said...

C'mon folks! It's obviously Bob Dylan!

nobodyknose said...

looks like a womb to me.

eddie willers said...

Ah! Laura Palmer!

Or maybe.....Bob?

Left Bank of the Charles said...

Very Indiana Jones.

Rusty said...

It is the ghost of Ulysses S Grant.
The angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence.
Should be a simple matter of looking behind you and noticing the angle of the sun.