Always look at the sky.
If you're ever searching for something to catch your interest, or something rare to shoot, always know that the sky is always worth taking a glance at. In the middle of a "graduation" party just yesterday, I decided to take a glance at the sky, around 3:45 PM Eastern. What I saw was this:
The sky has been my best friend these past months where it has been hard trying to get out into the woods and explore. This is the second arc I've seen in the skies above my house in the past year - the first being on a completely clear day in June of last summer.
So my advise to everyone boils down to one thing: If you can't see anything in front of you, look up.
Update: I decided to add a few more shots to the post. Enjoy.
This on kind of offers a matchstick ignition illusion to the red pine tree without a top in the lower right.
Peaking out from behind clouds.
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