A choir of glorious rays
Breaks over the English countryside.
And you can almost hear the angels sing.
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Autumn is a good time for the deer:
One minute you only see fields,
And the next minute, the deer are there.
Their dance is perfectly synchronized:
Eyes front …
(And look surprised).
And enjoy the golden light of autumn.
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I was in Sussex, England, over Easter —
And one of my favourite activities is walking on the Downs.
There’s nothing like emerald fields
Glowing beneath a sky of sapphire,
With animals enjoying
The background of big, rolling clouds.
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I’m off to visit my parents in England.
They live in a small village
Nestled at the foot of the rolling hills of the Downs.
For me, the golden fields
And wide open skies
Embody the beauty of the English countryside.
And finding two horses nuzzling each other
Is just the cherry on top of the cake.
(I’ll be back in a week, but the Our World link will be up and running as usual on Monday evening.)
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I love the rolling hills
Of the Sussex countryside,
With its endless blue
And fields of gold
Rising to meet the welcoming sky.
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I’m still away in England, so thought it was appropriate to show you some of the sights that make me sigh.
Cream tea in a lush, green garden
And thatched cottages from a bygone era.
My sister lives in a quaint old village
With lanes full of houses dating back
To Shakespeare’s time.
And last but not least, how I love
The rolling golden countryside
Of the South Downs!
For more charming places, please visit: Our World.
I’m still away so won’t be able to visit. Back very soon!
I had a wonderful time in England.
My camera battery died but I bought a new one.
It was cold, but I put on my thermal vest.
Golden moments touched every day with joy:
Long overdue family reunions,
Laughter and red wine
And the rolling Sussex countryside
With a sky stretching to infinity.
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September became October and offered the early riser a perfect lawn of lacy grass.
Crunchy frostiness underfoot. Tingling fingers encased in long-forgotten gloves.
The ghostly ground veiled in white offered the perfect contrast to the rich colours of trees and house.
A tree laden with rowan berries – a harbinger of a snowy winter. Peeking through the branches, a shy farm displays its new roof of frost, as if to say: At last! Autumn is here!
For more glimpses of the world around us, visit: That’s My World!