Glorious September Sun and Clouds

imageAbsolutely beautiful sky early this evening. What is it about the changing quality of light this time of year?

As usual, getting the photo depended on my being able to whip out my phone. Although I still like it, the picture below shows how different everything looked less than a minute (and several more quickly snapped photos) later.

Is all this “Oh, look at what I saw today and isn’t it interesting to see how dramatically the light altered the image!” stuff boring? Annoying? I hope not. If it is, I’ll try to do it less.

But on the other hand, this is my blog and these are the things I’m thinking about right now. So . . . 😄


About Katherine Wikoff

I am a college professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering, where I teach literature, film studies, political science, and communication. I also volunteer with a Milwaukee homeless sanctuary, Repairers of the Breach, as chair of the Communications and Fund Development Committee.
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3 Responses to Glorious September Sun and Clouds

  1. Sally Cissna says:

    Katie, don’t stop posting quick shots. You are using/expressing mindfulness in these pictures…the idea of being observant in the moment. A lot of us go on our way and ignore the world around us as much as possible; probably we believe that we are saving our psyches from the cacophony of living. When in truth, we should be doing more of this in the moment living. I, for one, love your photos.


    • Oh, Sally, I hadn’t thought of it that way! “Mindfulness” is definitely something I can feel good about. More “zen” than childish “gee whiz.” Thank you, thank you! Sometimes all you need is someone else’s smarter perspective😄


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