Thursday, December 6, 2007


"Struck by the sounds before the sun, I knew the night had gone.The morning breeze like a bugle blew, against the drums of dawn."

(from "Lay Down Your Weary Tune," written by Bob Dylan in 1964)

After the sunrise today, a thick fog rolled in. When the fog burns off, I imagine there will be some December sunshine.

The ocean wild like an organ played, the seaweed wove its strands. The crashin' waves like cymbals clashed, against the rocks and sands..

See New Dharma Bums views of December storm surf on the coast of Central California.


robin andrea said...

Thanks so much for the link, Aunt Am. It was hard to look away from the amazing tide. Hope you get some of the December sun.

Loren said...

It's11:04 and looking more and more like there won't be any sunshine today, either, here in Tacoma.

I guess we should just be thankful that it's only drizzling.