From Paula Black & White Sunday Challenge:
“It does not necessary mean gloomy, or grumpy like the critter in my photo; moody can be also interpreted as temperamental, pensive, introspective as I am at the change of the year , changeable, volatile.
If you don’t have an emotional child or a fretful pet, show me some wonderful moody skies or landscapes, or anything that fits the bill.
2015 was a difficult year for many of us. I wish for 2016 to change the global mood, to bring us more stability, good health, positive thinking and all round happiness.”
So I offer you Bishop, wearing his sad face — not easy for an inherently merry dog.
And our woods on a foggy afternoon in December. Two moods, both toned in copper and sepia.
May the rest of this year be better for all of us than the one recently past!