The Artistry of Sky

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One of my favorite things to do is to watch clouds.  Unlike the sense of groundedness and solidness I receive from ancient things, clouds are in a constant process of slowly shifting into different patterns, always revealing something new.  I love to imagine God as the Great Artist, playing with the clouds, shifting their forms from moment to moment, seeing if we will notice.  These images are from our trip to Kauai.

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