Sunday, October 20, 2013

Song-ography: Day and Night

this is going to be the best day of my life...

The full moon just passed, that means we're halfway through the month of Cheshvan in the Hebrew calendar. Our calendar follows the lunar cycle, which also means days begin at nightfall. It's so interesting to view the cycle of days/nights from a different perspective. 

The new day begins with the rising of the moon, full of wonder and splendor. 

A sunrise brings continued possibility and motivation to take on the day. 

A gorgeous fire streaked sky ends the day on a breathtaking note, no better way to wrap a day then with that outside your window. 

Some days are "those" days - seeing the sky looking like this helps the stress melt away!

21 thoughts on the matter:

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said... {Reply}

Hoping my sunrise has the same effect on me Tamar! :)

Adrienne said... {Reply}

I didn't know that about the Hebrew calendar. Such a cool notion...it's made a connection for me with the seasons. Winter, perhaps...and not spring...is the new beginning. Spring being the dawn, summer the full light of day and autumn the sunset. A night's rest, then, becomes what we do to begin and prepare our day. And in winter, when all seems at rest, that same renewal is taking place! I love this! For someone who doesn't like going to bed, this might help me seriously 'begin' my day earlier!! (well, after the Sox win the world series...)

Saun said... {Reply}

Love that sunrise

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

beautifully written! my b.day is in cheshvan. it was last week! but I still celebrate my english b.day in november, so it's double the fun, lol!

Debbie said... {Reply}

i had no idea....this is so very interesting to me!!

your images are beautiful, perfect for today!!

Nicki said... {Reply}

Love that sunrise shot. You certainly served up the makings of a best day.

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Sharon said... {Reply}

Love that last shot especially. And the full moon greeting the "new day" -- that's an interesting way of looking at time!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

What an awesome moon shot!!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

What an awesome moon shot!!

Ida said... {Reply}

So interesting to learn about your beliefs. I've never thought about the ending of the day as the "beginning" of a new day.

That last shot is simply stunning.

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Beautiful pictures! I was watching the moon this week too and snapped a picture!

I also agree with Ida, it is fun to hear about your beliefs.

Carletta said... {Reply}

Lovely from beginning to end!
The colors in the last shot are beautiful.
Hope you're having a stress free day! :)

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said... {Reply}

Very interesting! Lovely images.

Madge Bloom said... {Reply}

Gorgeous sky and moon... Are you Jewish?? I've always loved that in the Bible days begin at sundown not at sunup...

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

These are amazing images. The light in them seems so promising. The moon lights the dark, the dawn of the day a promise. Gorgeous!

Brandi said... {Reply}

That last shot is just gorgeous, Tamar!

tinajo said... {Reply}

Very interesting and looove the moon shot! :-)


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Kathy McB said... {Reply}

Oh MAN...would you look at that SKY! Gorgeous-ness! How can that NOT make one joyous just gazing upon it. Thanks for joining in on Song-ography.

Sian said... {Reply}

dude those photos! So good! x

edenhills said... {Reply}

Truly beautiful!