The sunrise starts off
In lilac tones,
But soon it turns
Into a blushing dawn
With bursts of orange
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The early winter light
Is all about long, warm shadows;
It’s about painting frozen trees
With golden lace
And transforming the sky
Into a wonder of pink and gold.
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It was a cold Christmas morning
And the reeds caught fire in the rising sun.
As the sky spread its golden glow,
Simmie broke through the ice for a refreshing swim.
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It’s been very mild (too mild!)
With misted silver views
And pastel pink skies.
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The geese flew away
Can you see them in the top left-hand corner?
Like falling leaves
Leaving behind the grey beauty of the jetty.
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Call the clouds what you will:
Or pink candy floss.
They are still just as beautiful.
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A couple of summers ago, we visited the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
In Sussex, England.
Pretty Elizabethan houses glowed under a big blue sky
And a newly-ploughed field (with a thatched hut in it)
Matched the ploughed furrows of a dramatic sky.
I‘ve got a family emergency and am off to England again. I’ll be back next week.
Until then – take care!
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Wide skies of
Red and purple
Invite us to drink
In the wonder and beauty of nature —
And, of course, if you’re a dog,
To take a dip in
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Early morning —
And mist floats like a golden scarf
Over the lake,
Turning my world
Into a surreal painting made of light and sun.
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There’s nothing better
Than strolling along the beach
And drinking in the heady beauty
Of a fierce orange sunset,
While the pink balloon of the disappearing sun
Turns waves into silk.
All photos taken while on holiday in Baleal, Portugal, this summer.
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