Sunday, February 19, 2012

I can see clearly

I can see clearly now the rain is gone.



I can see all obstacles in my way.


Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind.

cool Wisconsin air show

It's gonna be a bright bright sunshiny day.



It's gonna be a bright bright sunshiny day.


Oh, yes I can make it now the pain is gone.


All of the bad feelings have disappeared.



Here is that rainbow I've been praying for.

rainbows are very hard to photograph - this was in Santa Fe

It's gonna be a bright bright sunshiny day



ooh Look all around, there's nothing but blue skies.
Look straight ahead, there's nothing but blue skies



You can clearly see other photos over at Unknown Mami's place most every Sunday.






Unknown Mami





another circus 

39 comments:

oceangirl said...

You wrote a poem Lisleman!

lisleman said...

 No just added images to a song.  When you listen to a song do you see images?   I often do.  thanks

Frau said...

love it.....blue skies and all! Happy Sunday! 

lisleman said...

 thanks - wishing blue skies for you too

Tara R. said...

Wonderful air show shots. The rainbow is gorgeous.

lisleman said...

 thanks the rainbow is always brighter live compared to point-and-shoot photo of them.   Have you taken many rainbows shots?

Laurie Matherne said...

One of my favorite songs. Thanks for the cheery thoughts and images. 

Keetha Broyles said...

Look at all those people packed under that small awning trying to stay dry!

I looked around, after I saw the words "Wisconsin air show" to see if I could find WHERE you are from. Methinks possibly this Sunday selection of photos is from all around the place rather than all from one locale.

lisleman said...

Glad to share some cheer.

Secret Agent Woman said...

I have always loved that song. So optimistic.

lisleman said...

 thanks

Reena Walkling said...

A great song ... like the images with it!

lisleman said...

 thanks

oceangirl said...

..want to say that I love all the pictures.

Barbara said...

Your photos matched up perfectly with the words! Loved it! Thanks for a bit of inspiration as I start this Monday!

lisleman said...

 thanks

lisleman said...

 thanks, I was inspired to do this after watching Jimmy Cliff on Austin City Limits the other night.  Have you ever gone to a performance of that?  I've seen many different musicians on the PBS show.  I suspect it could be a monthly, or at least a weekly thing.

Jillsy Girl said...

How clever!  I love it!  That first image reminds me of an outdoor festival we went to one day.  It was in a huge open field and a bad thunderstorm came on abruptly.  Not enough time to escape so everyone there had to huddle under a huge tent until it passed.  Luckily it wasn't too, too severe, but it was scary!  

lisleman said...

 thanks - After hearing this song, I remembered taking a few pictures of when the clouds opened up on us.  We were soaked to the skin by the time it was over.  Even had to dry out the cellphone.

Hindi SMS said...

all the images are awesmoe

lisleman said...

 thanks

Molly said...

Excellent... this whole montage made me smile. Very creative

Mollyxxx

lisleman said...

 thanks

unknownmami said...

Well done. 

Shrinky said...

Aww, looks like you had a great day - and I LOVE that final shot up there.  And yeah, rainbows are particularly hard to capture, but you did a sterling job with this one.

Bearmancartoons said...

Was going to say the only good version of that song was Jimmy cliff....nice.

lisleman said...

 thanks

lisleman said...

 These pictures were taken over a long period.  The shot you love was  on the road going into the Smokey Mountains (FYI - I was NOT driving).  thanks

lisleman said...

 thanks - don't know if you read my other replies but his singing this gave me the idea to do this.

CaliforniaGirl500 said...

I sure do like Jimmy Cliff's version better than the one that made the Top 40 back in the day.  

Where oh where is that Tin Man?  I'd love to see it some day.

lisleman said...

 The tin man is in Chicago's Oz park along with Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow and the Lion.  Not sure why but they don't have the witch.  Here's a post I did on it..
http://afcsoac.blogspot.com/2010/05/oz-park-chicago.html

Jene said...

 That was exactly what I needed to see today. Thanks :)

lisleman said...

 I'm very glad I could help.  Have a bright sunshiny day!

CaliforniaGirl500 said...

Those are great!  I haven't been to Chicago since those were created.  I love love love the city.  Always regretted turning down a job there.  What a wonderful park it must be.  The bronzes are beautiful.

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Kathy said...

Oh wow, love that silhouette against the blue sky. Great combo of song and photography ya got here :) Thanks for linking up to Song-ography.

lisleman said...

Our daughter did the silhouette of our grandson. Thanks for letting me bend the rules a bit and linking this older post up on your song-ography. I'll try to match the selected song next time.

Danielle's VA said...

I often picture things or actions when I listen to music. I really like what you did here!

lisleman said...

thanks for sharing a comment. I occasionally play around with lyrics. I like parody songs. You can find some lyrical posts by clicking on the "music" tag/label.

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