Sunset at just gone 14.30 today has its perks.
The grey cloud lifted to reveal rainbow reflections, ice on the lake
And, of course, a posing Ruby.
(All photos taken with my mobile phone.)
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Trees rise out of the early morning fog —
They seem to be floating in the rose-tinged dawn.
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Every November, we forget how gloomy it can be.
So we need to find small moments of joy where we can —
Be it a serene lake and a dog;
Or the orange burst of a boat
And its perfect mirror image.
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I drink in the autumn beauty
Of upside down leaves with dog;
Of torches made of leaves
Lighting the way slowly
But surely to winter;
I sing the days of
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Isn’t it amazing
How the going down of the sun
Can be both so bright and blazing
And yet so dramatic and dark?
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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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After three months of drought, forest fires and extreme heat,
The weather has finally turned cool and rainy.
It sure looks good!
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The yin and yang
Skimming the lilac-coloured
Water of the sunset
And floating off into eternity.
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“Don’t mind us!
We’ll just wait here
While you take hundreds of photos
Of the gorgeous sunset!”
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One of the dogs’ favourite places for a swim
Is the jetty next to the floating sauna on our local lake.
I like it too —
Because of all the photo opportunities it gives!
It’s a peaceful place in the early mornings,
Where you can meditate on clouds and their reflections.
(Photos taken in early May.)
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