6 comments on “A slash of Blue, a sweep of Gray, some scarlet patches on the way…

  1. Rethy,
    What beautifullly poetic photos and story..
    Have you ever seen te sunrise over the sea?
    Like me, you grew up near a west coast, and must have seen many sunsets over the sea.
    But the first time, during a Greek holiday (Rhodos Island), that I got up early enough to see the sunrise from the east coast of the island, i was almost moved to tears by the sheer beauty of it all.
    Homerus’ rosy-fingered dawn, finallly visualised


    • Thank you so much Coby! Happy you liked it. Greece would have been a splendid experience! Homer’s rosy-fingered dawn! That photograph of Mui Ne sunrise is over South China Sea. love, Rethy


  2. With so much in the news about the South China Sea, and the disputes taking place among the nations that surround it, it’s refreshing, and touching, to find you presenting it only as a place of beauty, and a setting for your art.

    I very much like your metaphor of sunrise and sunset as two women: both beautiful, but in their own ways. It’s exactly as it is. And isn’t it true that both fit ED’s words? Neither knocks, yet neither intrudes. It’s just that suddenly the light changes, and we notice, and there they are. It’s wonderful.


    • Trying to find the brighter side, Linda…:) You’re right, unless you wait and catch hold of them, both Sunrise and Sunset quietly visit you and leave without intruding your daily routine! Thank you!


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