The days are shorter, the temperature is getting cooler, and we are inexorably headed into the darker, colder time of year. There has always been a bit of a challenge for me during the winter, as I can feel my world getting just a bit smaller. I often don't get outside during the short time the sun shines, and I can often feel my mood subtly shift into less cheerful territory. I'm already sad to say that when I go to work, I am leaving and coming home in the dark.
All this to say that last week, as I neared work, I glanced between trees and buildings to glimpse the most glorious sunrise. I hoped that the colors wouldn't fade too much in the short time I had left before I could exit my car in the parking lot. Luckily, this is what I saw when I arrived.
What a remarkable way to start your work day!
On the weaving front, I am still plugging away at the silk infinity scarf warp. Here's a so so shot of the underside of the cloth still on the loom.
Until next time...