48 thoughts on “Gloomy twilight sky

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  2. Tess Santos

    Hi, I used your photo, Gloomy Twilight Sky, to write my simple poem. Is that alright? It’s a trial and I am afraid that i did the wrong thing. I click something and it says, ” write quotation ,” and so I did. I published it and went through this site. Please let me know if I have to delete it. I also shared it in my tweeter account. I have no intention of breaking rules. I am still developing my skills in WordPress. I love your photos and inspires me to write a poem.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      I am very glad that you enjoyed viewing my photos. I didn’t expect one of them can inspire you to write a poem. What can I have against this? Should you ask someone for permission if you saw a beautiful view outside? It will be very interesting for me to read this poem. Thank you, Tess.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      I’ve always liked the expression “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” The sky may be gray, but I can find small patches of clear sky, and this gives hope that tomorrow will be better. And this mood is very pleasant. Thank you, Susan.

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      1. rebecca s revels

        I’m glad as well because you have shared a gift with us. There are many things that can be gotten from this as far as emotions. I am curious though, is that a rope swing in that tree or a vine?

      2. vovazinger Post author

        Thanks to the internet, it is very easy to share what I caught. Not. It was a broken branch.

  3. DebsDragons

    This photo very much resembles where I live – Two Harbors, MN. Just 70 miles south of Canada. LOVE YOUR PHOTOS – they always soothe my soul. Thank you for sharing your talent!!

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Many thanks. I am glad that you liked my photos. I have never been to Minnesota, but after your comment, I definitely need to visit this state.

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