Australia · autumn

“Gilding the Morrow”

 “Ah, Hope! What would life be, stripped of thy encouraging smiles that teach us to look behind the dark clouds of today, for the golden beams that are to gild the morrow”. ~ Susanna Moodie.

Whilst many prefer the bright blue skies reminiscent of favourable weather, the photo above shows that there is just as much beauty in grey skies.

This photo, looking north across the ocean at Burleigh Heads beach on Queensland’s Gold Coast also proves that, contrary to popular belief, it does rain in Queensland!

The late autumn weather on the day was indeed very chilly, but I could not resist the opportunity to linger amongst the elements, enjoying the grey cloud formations as they presented themselves.

Just as in life, there were indeed golden beams of sunlight hiding behind the grey clouds, awaiting the exact right moment to shine their way through, reassuring us yet again that they will always be there to “gild the morrow”.

After the photo session, a hasty retreat was made back to the warmth of my awaiting car. A cosy jacket would have come in handy that day!

 

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4 thoughts on ““Gilding the Morrow”

  1. It’s nice to see and hear about chillier weather on what are hot summer days for us here in the U.S. Beautiful capture. I love the silvery, shimmery color on the water. 🙂

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  2. It’d be wise to remember there’s always golden beams hidden somewhere. . . I can see why you lingered. You have to enjoy the beauty of the water, the beach and the sun. Good to hear from you!
    Josie x

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