Sunday, July 28, 2013

Song -ography Here Comes The Sun

Little Darlin


It's been such a long 
 

And lonely ........
 

Little Darlin it seems like years since its been clear



Here Comes The Sun, Here Comes The Sun
and I say It's alright




Sun sun sun here it comes......
 

Now head on over to Kathy's for more interpretations of Here Comes The Sun
 
 










17 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

Lovely series of dark clouds with a building of light on the horizon.

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

Great ! The lyrics matches each single one of your shots!

Terri said...

Great shots- and the sun does come, doesn't it!!

Katrin Klink said...

Beautiful cloud pictures, and the lyrics match perfectly!

Jeanne said...

Lovely shots Saun!

Brandi said...

Love the dark clouds and green green grass! Great shots!

Diane said...

Great idea! Made me smile - love the photos with the lyrics.

Tamar SB said...

These are perfect for the prompt!!

Kathy McB said...

What a sense of drama this series of cloud photos brings with it. Gorgeous drama. Looks like a summer storm is brewing. Thanks for joining in on Song-ography Saun.

TexWisGirl said...

love those powerful clouds!

Jill said...

So pretty!

Ida said...

Wow! Loved this series of photos. From the dark, ominous beginning to the dawning of the sun at the conclusion a wonderful interpretation.

sweetmagnoliagirls said...

Beautiful! We've had so many days like this the last few months, it's always nice to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Kim Cunningham said...

Our skies have been like this most of summer. The sun's rays here and there have been a welcome sight.

Debbie said...

love these!! love the sun, the clouds, when it rains....

the sky is always putting on some sort of a show for us!!

Stephanie Burrage said...

Wonderful clouds! We rarely get clouds with that much character where I live.

Kadee Willow said...

Huge, billowy clouds just mesmerize me and I love that you captured these! This summer has been the best in our area for amazing cloud formations. Not the norm. Now when we lived in Kansas? Drop dead FABULOUS white puffy clouds every day! Great shots this week!