|My cat Pipig was crying for her breakfast so I didn't get out the back door before the sun had mostly surfaced above the cloud cover|
|I took this photo with the sun hidden behind the Agonis flexuosa's trunk in an effort to block some of the glare. The cloud blanket always brings snow to mind for me.|
|This photo was taken just a few paces north of the prior one as the sun continued to rise. Here the folds of the clouds looked almost like ocean waves.|
|My garden is more fully revealed here but the cloud cover is still intact|
Once the sun had risen, the cloud cover below us slowly began to dissipate. It was gone before noon.
I wrote this post yesterday morning, a bright day, filled with sunshine. I'm shocked by yesterday's election results, which I'm not yet able to process. I'll make no attempt to mine these images for meaning. The clouds in my photos are just clouds - they clear out and we can see what's in front of us clearly again.
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