Raising Crane: After Sunset

Raising Crane At Sunset

Flying after sunset

Sun rays cranes

Evening the raising cranes

Pretties in pink

Great Plains Cranes Sunset

Grand Island Sunset

Sandhill Cranes in Grand Island, Nebraska

Photographs by Uncle Tree

April 12, 2018

(Click on any pic to enlarge your view)

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The Sun Sets On Stephen Hawking

Sunset Start

Job 32:9 “Great men are not always wise

Stephen Hawking's sunset

Stephen Hawking was an exception to this rule, I believe.

Purplish pink sky

Is real math wise, or is it simply right all the time?

Orange eyes

Truth is — being true to yourself does not equate to being right.

The colors of the wind

Left with nothing to show for its day, a black hole remains hungry.

Stephen Hawking

Like Charles Darwin before him, Stephen Hawking didn’t believe

Stephen Hawking II

a God was necessary in the story of how we came to be,

how it all got started, or how it all will end.

If you find that hard to stomach,

you’re in good company.

Uncle Tree

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In memory of the remarkable Stephen Hawking

January 8, 1942 to March 14, 2018

Stephen Hawking

Photograph from Wikimedia Commons 

Winter Set Afire

Valentine's Heart Afire

Cupid’s heart burns like a valentine afire.

Fire dragons

Dragons breathe in the frigid air, and exhale colors warmer than they look.

Purple Majesty

Pinks and purples wait their turn, like patient lovers long for day’s end.

Great Plains sunset

Life’s purple majesty lies in the hearts of we who have eyes to see.

Uncle Tree darkly

Photographs by Uncle Tree

Stay warm, folks!

Cheerz!

One Ray Street

One Ray To Heaven

Some folks say there is only one ray to heaven,

One Ray Street

as if, they’ve taken that trip before.

One Ray Street

Is this One Ray Street the famed road well traveled?

One ray sunset

Or, is this your ray and to hell with what they say?

Sun Ray Street

When your sun begins to set, and your ray of hope wanes dimmer,

Last ray to go

only the gleam in your eye will know

who went down a winner.

Photographs by Uncle Tree

Peace to Ray Thomas: Moody Blues

Thank you for shining!”