This week’s Daily Post Challenge is Opposites, which presents many possibilities. The above shot was taken on the Navajo Indian Reservation, and doesn’t need an explanation.
Not far from there, I spent a day at the Grand Canyon where it was fogged in. At one point its opposite, complete sunshine, made an appearance on the distant cliffs.
When you have a positive and negative charge, you get a spark. Opposing charges created in the magnitude of a thunderstorm produce lightning.
In northern Michigan, land and water come together in a serene setting.