Golden Sky Dragon

Yestereve, amongst the gathering storm clouds, a Golden Sky Dragon flew across my view. Smoke-breathing without flame, too busy to stop and talk, he hurried on to other dimensions looking for dwarven treasures. I regret he never halted. For just a moment and allowed me to passenger on his exotic journeys. He would not have needed to ask twice.

Seen only by those whose eyes are tuned to wonders and marvels. May your skies one day be graced by his presence.

Golden Sky Dragon

7 responses to “Golden Sky Dragon

  1. Beautiful. Beautiful picture, beautiful comment. Beautiful imagination. I wonder how many of us look up enough these days to see the magic in the sky?


  2. Why, thank you! Serendipity is a wonderful thing.


  3. Ditto Buff on the gorgeous photo and comment. Where was this taken? He’s never visited New York, or at least I don’t think so. Not even during our blackout 3 years ago when the stars were finally freed.


  4. Thank you “w” – now I’m blushing again. You are quite correct, I have never visited New York.
    It was taken the night before I posted it. At Lat 22.03.32S Long 123.07.18E – Punmu – where the stars are always free – at a height of 34,000 ft you can see our airstrip and the road in on Google Earth 🙂


  5. Beautiful! Thank you so much for leaving me this link – I’ve bookmarked it. I’ve seen some beautiful sky-sights in my time, but the golden dragon hasn’t visited me. May I post this on my blog? With all credit’s, of course, and any copyright protection you can produce.

    Of course you may use it – my copyright level is “Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike”.


  6. Thanks for sending me the link! From now on, I’ll be looking up more often – hoping to see some magic in the skies!


  7. My pleasure. Happy cloud watching 🙂


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