Thursday, September 16, 2010


By the light of day, it's easy to witness the creation of a knight's tale.
In medieval days, King Arthur reportedly removed a sword from a stone. His legend began with the retrieval of Excalibur, which has been repeated in the scrips of numerous movies.
Now, I'm not suggesting anything here, but sunlight can paint some remarkable scenes.
At Dry Falls near Highlands, N.C., sunlight was racing the Cullasaja River as the water cascaded over Dry Falls.
From my angle, the sunlight painted the image of a sword's blade in the water.
There was no knight to remove the blade this time. But a rapidly approaching sunset was about to do the trick. Maybe, that's why it's called night. Sorry about that.

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