My eyes followed the graceful pendulum swing of a red kite: attached to a cloud by an invisible something.
I blinked and lost him under the skirts of the lush canopy.
I looked out and saw green. Shapes of green and shades of green.
Through binoculars I saw lily pads, hugging the banks of the Frome.
Sitting on a wall of ancient stone, I stared all day at the faces of cow parsley bobbing in the breeze.
At first I felt dizzy, but then I saw the trickle of movement rush from one tree top to the next.
I combed their hair with my fingers and cupped their mighty bodies in my palms.
Layer upon layer of green – green eye candy.
I watched the grass dance and specks of yellow stardust tease.
It was bliss and I was mesmerised.
( snapped visions of green on my I phone as I forgot my camera)