A misty sunset at low-tide over the Morro Estuary.
then get on Hwy1 (CA-1 or the PCH for Pacific Coast Highway) eastward where the 'morros' (geologic volcanic plugs) stand as tall as 1,500' along the highway.
When I arrive at work, I'm actually only 5 miles from home - as the crow would fly over the morros!
"In most traditions, the sanctuary cross is draped in color only during Lent (purple), Good Friday (black), and Easter (white). Some churches leave white on the cross through Eastertide, drape the cross in red for Pentecost Sunday, and then leave the cross undraped until the beginning of Lent the next year."
However, driving past the church on this Labor Day morning, I was very surprised to find another adornment to the crosses:
Now THIS seems like some real symbolism!
The Turkey Vultures seemed rather committed to their perch.
And kept a good look-out for their next carcass.
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