This photo comes from localsurfer. Taken on an early morning in South Africa, the shot captures a dramatic sky bulging with clouds (I sort of expect to see a cartoonish face appear out of the center cloud, puff out its cheeks, and blow those boats around). What’s that saying — “red sky at night, sailors’ delight; red sky in the morning, sailors’ warning?” It does look as though these tiny sailboats might want to take heed, but the rays of light shining down also seem to symbolize good fortune. Or perhaps I’m thinking too much.
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