taking pictures 2010 – November “Need No Stained Glass Window”

I’m taking a detour through the pictures of my past blogal year.  Yesterday was October,  today November, tomorrow might be . . . but today is November.

November 2010 “Need No Stained Glass Windows”

This photo, meant to accompany the NaNoWriMo chapter set to Jaron Lanier’s “Medieval American Open Sky”, never made it into a post, except as part of a series of autumn color on why eye . . .

Very few photos made themselves public in November, 2010.  Just like the word-count reports that dribbled away before the month was out.  Looking back, the whole month of November was pretty scant. At least we can say we survived it.

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2 thoughts on “taking pictures 2010 – November “Need No Stained Glass Window”

  1. I particularly love an autumn sky on a clear day–no more radiant blue to be had, maybe because of those gorgeous leaves so brilliant as they finish.

    I wonder, sometimes, whatever may become of the writing projects we set aside while, whatever, we live our lives. I’m glad you survived that November. I’m so glad to be hearing your voice.

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