Our signature sky is back, after less sun for a few days. It’s barely up to 40F at photo time, but today’s high may near 70F –
I’ve heard the Inuit people have many words to describe different kinds of snow or ice, since that’s a large part of their life each year. Maybe desert-native peoples, or even El Pasoans, have different names for our variety of sunny skies?
I call it cobalt blue. I wonder about the landscapes and gardens we can create, that give justice to our deep blue skies, also withstanding the sun that pierces them?
No matter, it’s unlikely anyone can trademark that, no matter how catchy a name:-)
Musical pairing? It must be the dreamy, far-more-appreciative-for-sun-than-I, Portland, Oregon-based Laura Veirs – Sun Song