Struggle Between Darkness and Light


Photograph of dark clouds at daybreak in Panama City, Panama. Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.

As my aging process continues, I’m sleeping less and less.  Normally I hit the sack at approximately 10.00 p.m. after reading the latest news on my computer and rise about 4:30 a.m.  I usually go to the terrace to enjoy the nice cool breeze of the early mornings.  During the rainy season, the mornings are clean, breezy and cool.

The photograph above, depicts the sky above Panama City, Panama early this morning about 6:13 a.m.  I could see a struggle of a weak sun trying to filter through a strong patch of dark clouds.  I have a gut feeling it’s going to be another rainy day.  Good Day.

4 thoughts on “Struggle Between Darkness and Light”

  1. Thanks for the correction on my blog, Omar. I made a mistake. I don’t think it will ruin my day, because it was the only mistake I should make today.

    You got rain. And you got a nice breeze.

    We got steaming, jungle, weather and no rain yet. And no breezes.

  2. Hi Abe:

    I thought it was a joke between both numbers. The real amount of the sale and the revealed number to your wife. Missing thousands, who knows? Thanks for your prompt answer to the mysterious missing bucks.

    Sorry about the heat. I guess that comes with the territory.

    Good Day,

    Omar.-

  3. We have been getting rain almost everyday, Omar. This is normally the time of year when Fort Worth (and much of north Texas) is suffering a drought. Thanks to Alex, it seems more like spring than summer.

    I was working outside at the house of one of my sons yesterday and it went from sunshine to lemon-sized raindrops in less than a minute. It felt like I was back in Panama. Then, after 30 minutes of drenching rain, it stopped and the sunshine returned. Very strange for this area.
    jim and nena
    fort worth, tx

  4. Hi Jim and Nena:

    Sometimes our weather gets “loco” too. We are now into our second month of rain, so it will be wet until mid December. I love rain, so keep those rain drops coming.

    I’m glad your drought is over in Texas due to Alex. However, that is bad news for the people of Louisiana with their oil spill problem.

    Take Care,

    Omar.-

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