I suddenly remembered a line from Lord Alfred Tennyson's, 'the blue mystery of twilight, in the opaline haze of sunset", as portions of the sky really look like precious opals still uncut. I am sorry I already forgot the title of his work, but I reckon the lines very well now. I am also very glad my camera clung with me.
Can you see the small moon above the coconut?
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P.S. Thank you very much Carolyn of carolynsshadegardens for pointing my mistake, saying it's Edgar Allan Poe's. It's been decades without defragging the brain, so information already intermingled in my head, haha!