WINTER SOLSTICE - WATCHING THE SKY

As the light faded away, Allen and I walked down the lane to see if we might actually find Jupiter chasing Saturn. We scanned the sky to the southwest and saw nothing. But two minutes later, there they were!! Although I did take a photo with my cellphone, and actually captured the amazing site, I cannot take credit for this one- from a professional photographer. A sight not seen in 800 years, one does not have to be an astronomer, historian or sci-fi fan, to be inspired by this awesome event. If you, the writer, are inspired, go for it!! Short story, fiction, non-fiction, children's story...screenplay! You too can be a star!



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