Boza found Color in a Tree…

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I was walking Boza the Russian dog, in a Russian park covered in Russian snow and it was a typical Russian no sunny day! I had been thinking how colorless the world is here in Russia. The people dress in black, brown and other earth tones. The buildings are predominately grey and tan. There is just a splash of color here and there. Very unlike Georgia when we visited, they love purples…

Then I saw Boza had stopped and was staring at something in a tree. Most of the time this means a kitty in the tree, but when I looked at where he was looking. I saw color and it was beautiful. The balloons were whipping in the wind and caught Boza’s eye with the movement…

The background is the common denominator of typical Russian colors and the balloons just stand out in regal glory…

I walked on for a few minutes and then since it did not leave my mind. I went back and took pictures. It was hard because the wind blew so hard, it was so cold and the sky is so dark, that it took a few minutes and I finally got a picture that I could use…

I like it and it was as if it was in answer to my thoughts I was having as I walked. I thought that it would be nice to see some color…

Well I find God works in mysterious ways and this tickled my fancy today as I (Boza really!) found a spot of color in a tree, captured just for the moment, so that it would brighten my heart and make life a little bit better…

Of course Boza prefers kitties in trees… 🙂

Kyle Keeton
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