KCT Thought of the Week, October 7, 2011

“By noon, although the sun would still be shining, a haze would soften the now distinct outlines of rock-strewn points and white lighthouses, buoys, islands, and passing vessels.  He loved the way that purple haze of autumn afternoons deepened and dimmed the shores and the sea, making the atmosphere drowsy, even slumberous, urging upon a man time and desire to think and to take pleasure in his thought.” Mary Ellen Chase  “Silas Crockett”

 Tranquil Harbor:  Photo by Robert Dennis