Fleeting Moments

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When we live in presence, we see and feel what is precious; what is important.Β  Karen Lang

 

Sunsets are my favourite time of day.

 

“It is the most fleeting time of day, and maybe that was why it was her favourite.

Because if you blinked, if you closed your eyes, or turned your head for even the briefest of moments,

You might just miss it.

And like most things in life, the transient, fleeting nature of the moment,

made it all the more special.”

Kelseyleigh Reber

19 thoughts on “Fleeting Moments

  1. I love to watch the sun, whenever it is a sunrise or sunset Karen. To start the day with a sunrise gives us opportunities to dream the day, before we start it, which for me is a nice beginning of the day πŸ™‚

  2. I like everything about this post: your words, the image and the quote. As a photographer, I know how fleeting the light can be especially at the borders of day and night. Life can also be fleeting like that.

  3. I can’t decide if sunsets or sunrises are my favorite time of day. I’m not an early bird, so I guess I’ll have to wait until I’m an old bird and sleep less to find out . . . beautiful pic!

    1. They are both so unique and such special times of day. I think I’m more relaxed at sunset, the day is done, I can let go and begin again Tomm! Thanks Kristine β˜€οΈπŸŒΈ

  4. Two of the most beautifully distracting events from the trials of life is the rising and setting of the sun. It is a healing grace from God which is most joyful to Him, I believe, because it does so much good for us. “As a little child who delights in being tossed into the air, God, at sunset and sunrise too says: ‘Do I again!'” (G.K. Chesterton)
    -Alan

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