Treasure in the autumn sky….

No, I haven’t vanished from the blogosphere…. still resting my (much improved) tendonitis-afflicted wrist. However, I enjoy  emerging occasionally: this time, to share something which has lighted up my week.

I love the Northern Lights, those elusive magicians of the Northern dark. Here is a beautiful photograph sent to me last week which I have happily added to my collection. Enjoy!

Northern Lights
Northern Lights over Treshnish Isles, Scotland

(click on the image to enlarge)

….and...if you’d like to read some of my reflections on the joy and awe evoked by the Northern Lights, as well as watching a video of the most stunning Northern Lights sequence EVER, click below:

Do treat your soul to an uplift by watching this clip. Forget the Measurers and the reductionists for a few minutes. Whatever they may do their best to tell us, there are and always will be sublimely mysterious dimensions to life for which materialist science with all its brilliance can provide only one dimension of the answer…..

200 words copyright Anne Whitaker 2013

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One thought on “Treasure in the autumn sky….

  1. shoreacres said
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    October 13, 2013 at 5:34 pm e
    The photograph you posted today is marvelous, not least for the stars shining through it all. And I so enjoyed watching this again. Maybe this will be my year to see them!

    I’m glad to hear you’re recovering, too. Those things take time. A friend recently told her about something her doctor said: “Repetitive injuries take a good while to develop, so why do you think they should be gone in a fortnight?” So true, so true.

    Great to see you!

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