Skywatch Friday: A Dissolution
Here is a view of Silver Sands State Park that I captured on Sunday. It was a bright and beautiful day. Through my polarized eyeglasses and with the aid of my thick-gloved, fumbling fingers, I photographed what I saw, somehow. It seems to me February and March are the months of deep blues and platinum light. Approaching the beach Sunday, it seemed to me that a great vial of sunlight had been poured onto the surface of Long Island Sound and seemed to beckon spring. The air was light and warm despite the wind. In fact, it seemed the wind alone claimed our fingers and toes for winter as the sunlight claimed the rest of us for spring. We kept moving; the light that dissolved around us was very good.