Daily Archives: June 15, 2013

Summer’s easel

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Rough impasto skies hang heavy dressed in light colors of red, orange and golden ochre. Gray clouds foreshadow the weather’s changing mood, as warmer hues fade to blues, colors collide and neutralize. Drops begin…

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Ripe comeuppance

Tomato vines upturn their naked leaves, angling light green towards taller trees as if silently  saying size is insignificant. Indubitably, summer grows red kahunas, ripe with comeuppance.

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Summer’s egress

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Corpulent clematis vine clusters of radiant white-pink inflorescences trail across a trembling trellis, anxious for summer’s egress.

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A beautiful bouquet to start your day!

My lens picked these for you, dear reader, so that you may rejoice and relax in unfurled weekend splendor. Listen as bee buzzes bounce bloom to bloom, see blurring hummingbird rainbows, smell sweet inflorescence scent wafting aloft over the fence, … Continue reading

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Manifold melon grove

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Sun-dialed stop

Burgundy bottomed birdbath casting a sundial stop sign shadow

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