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 suddenly got cold – very cold.
This is what minus 20 C looks like in the front garden.
I love the way the pine trees glisten in the sun.
Later, when it had warmed up a few degrees,
I went for a walk in the nearby woods.
The setting sun turned this bush
Into a golden glass sculpture,
And the pastel sky
Was a pretty backdrop for a world
Turned beautiful by snow.
Still drowning in boxes – and a full week of work lies ahead too!
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As autumn drew to a close,
Leaves fell and a heron flew across the sky.
Ducks skimmed the water
Looking like scattering leaves
Before flying away
To a golden horizon.
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The golden light of October
Is as sweet as honey.
LIfe is hectic around here again
And I’m away with work, so won’t be able to comment on your blogs.
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One evening in the early summer
There was a special light in the air.
Midges danced around Ruby like small diamonds;
Brother and sister enjoyed
Some quiet moments of beauty while Simson charged in for a dip;
And a special glow painted the landscape
With summer light.
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To photobomb my shots.
And you know what?
I think the results
Are just perfect.
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Summer sun –
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I’m off to England to visit the family this weekend.
So, I leave you with two of my favourite shots:
A sky full of rainbow clouds
And a golden wonder —
My daughter and her best buddy, Oscar (now deceased).
Back next week!
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Before summer got into full swing over here,
Simson and I went out one early, dewy morning
To enjoy the happy suns of daffodils;
On purple baubles
And the vibrant splash
Of sunny silken petal.
It was hard work for Simson to lie still
And watch me —
Just look at the concentration on his face!
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