Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Pagan Eye: Silver Sea

I loved the effect of the sun on the water against a dark sky when I took this photograph of sailing boats taking part in a regatta.

It was a day of very mixed weather - sunny one moment then sudden torrential rain the next. In medieval times, superstition said that witches were often to blame for storms at sea. I don't think my presence had hexed the race, but I did feel sorry for the sailors who were having to deal with almost everything the elements could throw at them.

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2 comments:

Pallas Renatus said...

The past few days here in NC have been full of sudden, violent, but short storms. Apparently I need to make peace with the neighbors.

badwitch said...

There have been quite a few sudden storms in southern England too. I think I get on OK with the neighbours though.