When the curtain raises by arvyart
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There was a terrible thunderstorm on the Washington Peak, GBNP, NV. Wet snow blown by a strong wind created a thick curtain and visibility was worse than poor. Moreover, the goggles were covered by a snow layer immediately. No use. No shelter to hide-out. The wild elements entered into a fury. Those moments are pressing hard. The same thing happens in our everyday lives and we have extremely hard days. However, our lives would lose a lot without them. I was lucky the storm was short enough and quitted as unexpectedly as started. And then the curtain raised. What a magic, what vistas and what a joy of life filled my soul. Every hard moment we undergo tempers our soul, our character, our mind… and softens our sensibility. Every hard moment we experience is better to accept as our ally rather than enemy. In addition, it is always more cheerful and better results are achieved when dealing with an ally. The Lord never allows such a weight upon somebody’s shoulders that crashes a person. The life is great to live. :)

Comments

  • Torfinn
    Torfinnover 4 years ago

    What a view. Great shot!

  • I truly appreciate your kind support, Torfinn. Thank you so much. :)

    – arvyart

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 4 years ago

    amazing view, well capture

  • Thanks so much for your kind comment, Antanas. :)

    – arvyart

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...over 4 years ago

    Outstanding, unique view to the world

  • You are very kind to say such a nice words, Tereza. Thank you kindly. :)

    – arvyart

  • doubleheader
    doubleheaderover 4 years ago

    Awesome image and write up Arvy.. It’s great to experience life in every way..

  • Bill, thanks so much for your kind comment and understanding. :)

    – arvyart

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 4 years ago

    You are really touching the heavens here dear Arvy………………..
    Quite a magnificent capture indeed!

  • What a wondrous comment. Thank you so very much. :)

    – arvyart

  • Tara  Turner
    Tara Turnerover 4 years ago

    wow….outstanding!

  • Thank you so much, Tara. :)

    – arvyart

  • Graham Povey
    Graham Poveyover 4 years ago

    Wonderful shot!

  • Thanks so much for your kind comment, Graham. :)

    – arvyart

  • Lynn Bawden
    Lynn Bawdenover 4 years ago

    Great capture! I love the storm clouds! Lynn

  • Perhaps it would look cloud-like from a distance. But when I was in the eye of that fury they looked like an opaque wall. Thanks for your kind support, Lynn. :)

    – arvyart

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    NatureGreeting...over 4 years ago

    How simple breathtaking!! One can’t help but to know, and see our great creator when looking upon such beauty as this!!! It is as you say….The Lord never allows such a weight upon somebody’s shoulders that crashes a person. The life is great to live.
    We have a lot to learn here about being proper caretakers of the garden, a lot of hard lessons to learn…but it will never be too much for us to bare, and in the end He will bring us all to where we need to be! By our expereance here then we will know then the RIGHT way to go, forever!

  • Wow. What a brilliant comment, Carolyn. Thank you so much and God bless you. :)

    – arvyart

  • JSharpHowerton
    JSharpHowertonover 4 years ago

    Oh this looks cold and not a good place to be at that time but what a great photo!

  • Well, there’s no bad weather – it may be bad company and inappropriate clothing only as this saying was popular among our circle of mountaineers. I hike alone for a long time now so the first part of that saying doesn’t apply to me. I had excellent clothing and boots. It’s more spiritual trial. Thanks so very much for your kind comment, Jeanne. :)

    – arvyart

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