|The effect occurs periodically as sunset nears when a break in the clouds allows the sun to spill its light over a segment of the horizon, leaving the surrounding areas in shadow|
|This zoom view shows the effect more clearly|
The second vignette features my green-eyed cat, Pipig, who became enamored with a cardboard box sitting at the front door waiting to be carried to the recycle bin.
|Pipig used to love boxes but, as she's gotten older, she's shown less interest in them. She's very fond of this one and sits in it frequently (at least during her limited waking hours). For that reason, it's still sitting in the entryway.|
The last photo features the vivid blue color of Salvia cacalifolia. I neglected to include any of my Salvias in my last Bloom Day post and as I seldom get a good photo of the blooms on this one I wanted to share it.
|Is that blue cerulean or more of a cobalt? I couldn't decide.|
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