Sunday’s are a great time to start the day off in a relaxed manner; set aside some time to watch a Premier League game, listen to some music, have breakfast, it’s all without any sense of rush.
As you saw a bit of the landscape of Skye earlier this week, I thought another vista might be welcome. This island is just amazing and these landscape images are only a beginning of a much larger set that I have to capture some fine year. It’s amazing to see how the view changes, as clouds move to cast shadows in different locations. You can probably understand why I love these old (geological) formations.
As some of you may be aware, I’m also learning how to play guitar, which is a slow process that is highly rewarding in engaging the brain in a different manner and a great way to unwind from a day in the high technology world. As I very much enjoy the blues, its expressive capabilities seemingly boundless, Eric Clapton is certainly among my all-time favorites.
That’s why this morning, I’m spending a little extra time listening to Old Love, a song from the Journeyman album. This song was written by Eric and Robert Cray, inspired by Eric’s recent divorce from Pattie Boyd (the muse for Something, Layla and Wonderful Tonight); you can hear the pain in this song from the difficulty of letting go. I’m adding this to my study list to see how well I can learn to play this.
Here’s Eric Clapton’s Old Love from his 24 nights at the Royal Alber Hall in 1990:
Hope you enjoy your Sunday!