Friday, February 3, 2012

Mister MoJo Rising ...

I'm good at stumbling upon cool stuff. I'm always looking for cool stuff. But I couldn't have found this. It just was ... all because I took the time to pull off of Interstate 29 and head east on a country road.

I was following a bank of clouds that looked like the Ocean. Then I found a cemetery, a mysterious house, and a beautifully wild field of harvested corn.

But this ... all I did was brave the wind and point my camera towards the Sun. And Jim Morrison was wailing on about his L.A. Woman.

At you will find a visual litany of our world's skies. Some from one corner and some from another. All have people behind them with good MoJo.


  1. Even though it's cold there on the Prairie, the sun is its own little furnace in the sky. The rays are perfect, Laurie, in that magical realm. Keep warm!

  2. this reminds me of a tie-died t shirt and the hippy dippy shake!

  3. Beautiful work.

    Regards and best wishes

  4. Great! It DOES look very tie-dye! (However -- not to be a killjoy, but I hear it's very bad for digital cameras to point them directly into the sun. Apparently doing so can damage the sensor. Who knew?)

    This reminds me, I have been meaning to go to iTunes and buy "The End," which I am going to do right now.

  5. A gorgeous capture of the sky, I love the rainbow of colors. A fantastic sighting!

  6. This is truly amazing......wonderful shot cuz!!

    Miss you, come visit sometime!