Not a whiff of a breeze.
Heavens fall to earth and kiss the grass now golden.
Sun spitting fire.
Pods rattling seeds and rivers running dry.
Stone wall warm – dusk now.
Gnats swarm around a waning gibbous.
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Beautiful. So serene. Thank you x
thank you 🙂 have a great weekend
Beautiful summer heat, ripening the whole land 🙂
thank you and your pictures of the waters at Roslin cooled me down 🙂
What’s a waning gibbous?
apparently a waning moon
Ah…good word that. Gibbous. It’s the sort of word that’s worth remembering for slipping into conversations unannounced.
it is and I came upon it by chance today when I was checking the weather on line and there it was…sunrise…moon rise…all sorts!
and so moon magically became gibbous
Lovely my friend…
Thank you once more Michael
You’re most welcome…always! 🙂
Love these ..especially number one !
Thank u … Lots
You are so welcome!
thank goodness for dew!
Beautiful nature photography!
Thanks so much
Ah, I feel the stillness. It’s hot and still here tonight too. There is something about the scene that you describe… It inspires talk in whispers. The contrast of the Gibbous with the drying heat suggests a subtle promise of beginnings. I like that.
Thanks george and I love the way you felt it and described it…. The whispers of one day ending…..aahh
Your words so perfectly complimented the accompanying photos! 🙂 What a little slice of peace!
Thank you. Glad they resonated with you
sensory impressions…and a coast to coast greeting for stopping by and watching ZORA…
have a good sunday…
Have a Great Sunday too
Absolutely gorgeous! The photos too, but especially your poetic prose. How I love the Heavens falling to ‘kiss the grass now golden’. As someone who lives in the prairies, it certainly speaks of a hot dry summer’s day. I love it!
Thanks for sharing your gifts here. Cheers, Gina
thank you so much for your generous words Gina
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