One of the amazing things about where I live is the constantly changing winter sky. Today I was on a grocery run when I noticed that the clouds were constantly changing patterns above the Olympic Mountains to the south. I dropped the groceries off at home and then made my way to several favourite spots along the water. There were many dramatic views of the clouds over mist-skirted mountains across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In the end, I found this image of cloud and light patterns over the Olympics to be the most compelling of the day's practice. Playing with the idea of Olympus and Greek mythology, I arrived at the title:
"He thought of Zeus ruling with impunity from Mount Olympus, and wondered what that would feel like."