384 – When The Sun Comes Out

When I woke up this morning, I immediately saw that the weather forecast had been right. It was a bright day with clear blue sky, and the fog was already retreating. I rushed out, shot some images down into the valley, over the fog and to the mountains, and in the end I went to these trees, knowing that there would be fingers of light. There were 🙂

The Song of the Day is “When The Sun Comes Out“, and as good as the young Barbra Streisand was, her version pales against Judy Garland’s. I have it on a CD with live tracks from sometime in the early 1960s, but the exact compilation seems to be unavailable now, though I have found the very same version on a CD of the same name, “Over The Rainbow“. It seems to be from the same masters, it only has less tracks. Anyway, “When The Sun Comes Out” and the incredibly sad, heart-tearing “Over The Rainbow” alone would be worth the price.

Regrettably YouTube has no version by Judy Garland, but there is a live version by Barbra Streisand, recorded during her 2006 tour, and while this may be more triumphant than sad, it is no slouch either.

3 thoughts on “384 – When The Sun Comes Out”

  1. Very nice. The ‘fingers’ really make this one. Looks like a touch of frost on the ground as well. Worth getting up for.

  2. Nope. Photo filters. Like I said, I don’t work much in Lab these days. There is always more than one way to do it 🙂

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