Our November has been mild and misty
With burnished tones.
Sometimes the sky burns orange
As the geese honk their farewells.
And a stray leaf
Falls gently on orange fur.
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So far winter has mainly been gray and mild,
So we have to make the most of those glorious
Pink frosted dawns with ice on the lake
And furry friends on the jetty.
Wishing you all the much love and joy in this festive season!
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And don’t forget Skywatch.
Before the leaves left the branches,
The sky put on a dramatic show
Of pink ribbons
Tied up with lilac and gold.
(Only posting once this week – still very busy!)
Sun-kissed skies aren’t just about
Warm beaches and a hot blazing sun.
They are also about
The way the November sun paints
The tree tops with gold and pink.
For more great skies, please visit: Skywatch.
Whether in the early morning,
With fog and stripes of light;
Or dressed in purple gauze
At first light;
And even winging away at sunset
On the tips of feathers —
September’s swan song is beautiful.
For more amazing skies, please go to: Skywatch.
Late August is a beautiful time of year
Fields of gold glow in the early morning;
Curtains of light float to the ground;
And diamond drops glitter
In the deliciously chilly air.
For more de-lights, please go to: Our World.
This winter saw some golden mornings —
With treetops tinged by hoar frost and the first rays of the sun,
So that the very trees looked
As if they were floating in mist and diamonds.
For more great dawns, please go to: Skywatch.
One of my favourite early morning sights
Was the old jetty
Stretching into the beyond.
(I’m away all weekend so won’t be able to visit your blogs.)
For more grey beauty, please visit: Skywatch.
The sun rises —
Presenting the new day as a gift
Tied up with purple ribbons.
(Dog not included… ;-))
For more gifts, please visit: Skywatch.
Sometimes dawn comes creeping with its beauty
Through intricate branches like patterns of lace —
Catching you unawares in open spaces
With its rosy fingers.
For more beauty, please visit: Skywatch.