So Late So Soon

How did it get so late so soon?
Its night before its afternoon.
December is here before its June.
My goodness how the time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon?

Dr. Seuss

This gift of being able  to witness sunrises over the Mogollon Rim.and that same sun traveling the sky to set over the Mingus Mountains is a real indication to me the possibility of the Grand Finales this old part of my life  is offering full tilt boogie.

Sunrise Mogollon Rim Sedona Arizona Photo: JoHanna Massey

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Today’s Theme: Seasons

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    1. Oh the pleasure is all mine.

      I have been fussing with this camera since I got it last spring. Decided last week to open the instruction manual and actually read the directions for how to use it. The dramatic change in my Moon Shots a reminder of the value of a good opened and read instruction manual.


    1. Spring is Wildflower time. A glorious time to visit the Red Rock area.

      The Sedona Film Festival is currently in full swing and the town is bustling with moviegoers from all over the globe, many quite glamorous.

      Thank you for your kind words.

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    1. I am currently enamored with the big clear night skies. Having way too much fun.

      Reading to the Grands has me spending quality time with Dr Suess once again. My wisdom deepens with the teachings.


  1. I love this! Found you via mandibelle16 and I am so glad I did. Really grateful to NOW be following you. Excited for the next piece. Thank you! With joy and gratitude, Zach from

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  2. A deep post…. full of poetic wisdom… I particularly love Dr Seuss´quote …
    Excellent photographs as well, dear Johanna… The prompt for this challenge is so eloquent and so is the title which reminded me of a song by U2 called `Stay… faraway so close´…
    Very nice post, indeed…. sending love and best wishes. Aquileana 😀

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