I tried to grab some fog …
And I don’t think I mist!
I love the way fog
Trees, dog, and boat.
Ruby’s favourite pastime
Is to jump up on tall rocks
And wait for treats (fog or no fog).
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I love the beginning of autumn —
With its spooky spider web trees;
Dogs enjoying the view
And a swim.
And I love it when the golden fields
Are a backdrop to those birds
That look like musical notes.
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The pendulum has swung, and now the days
Will be shorter than the evenings.
This means early morning mists
And emerald green reflections
Slowly turning to rust.
Calm reflections, red houses
And beautiful views
Mean autumn is slowly on its way.
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Cone you feel it?
Summer is coming to a beautiful end.
End in golden hays (and a dog purveying his kingdom).
The bees make even
The humble onion flower bee-utiful.
Our walk ends with
A dewy heart.
Summer is leaf-ing – and so are my bad puns!
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Let me tell you the story of summer —
Of long, hot evenings and herons skimming the sky.
It’s a story of dogs and a lake
And the sighting of beavers swimming in the pink-tinged water.
It’s the story of sharing a beautiful sunset
With a stranger, who had driven all the way to my small part of the world,
From Russia with his family.
And now it’s a story I share with you.
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Lokrum Island is a short boat ride away from the hustle and bustle of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
It’s a nature reserve dominated by wild bunnies and peacocks and peahens.
The hens had just had their babies – here they are doing some synchronized grooming.
The peacocks are pretty serious about grooming too!
His head seems to have disappeared into his feathers.
Later on, the well-groomed peacock
Sat and enjoyed the view
Of the stones
And the peacock blue waters.
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I haven’t had time to upload and go through my holiday photos yet,
So thought I’d share what makes summer so special.
It can be a stunning swan sunset,
Or a bee pollinating a poppy.
It is the discovery
Of flowers wearing wigs,
And the pink fireworks
Of an onion flower.
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And Skywatch too.
Spring has burst forth
In an outburst of molten gold;
The ice melts
In shades of blue;
And petals offer up
Bouquets of purple.
Oh, how I love the colours of spring!
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Winter seems to be waning —
I say ‘seems’ as this is Sweden and it can snow even in June!
But I don’t think we will see scenes like this one again this winter:
With thick snow on the iced over lake.
It’s cold in the mornings,
So, if we are lucky,
We can still enjoy rim-frosted green lanterns
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I haven’t been walking down to the lake that often
As the path is treacherously icy;
But when we do make it down there, Ruby is Queen of all she can see.
Splashes of purple
Look like frozen ribbons
Declaring ‘It’s not spring yet.’
No matter how much we pine (get the pun?)
For warmer times, we just have to appreciate what we have.
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