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Broad ellipses

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Nature’s concrete cycle — four seasons fixed as the planet subtly spins on its lopsided axis — our satellite mind’s eye orbiting in broad ellipses.

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Broad ellipses

Nature’s concrete cycle — four seasons fixed as the planet subtly spins on its lopsided axis — our satellite mind’s eye orbiting in broad ellipses.

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Popcorn clouds

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
As summer sun warms the sky, giant clouds pop forth, treating my eyes.

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Wordless Wednesday: When seasons collide

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Rainy day redux

A storm magnifies sound, as lines of livid, liquid mallets pound down metallic gutter spouts, striking off clear cannonball cascades that bombard under-eve bouquets harder than hummingbirds or bees at any bloom-side banquet, groundswells steadily gathering ricochets of unladen water … Continue reading

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Storing sunlight

Symbiotic lichens anticipate autumn crimson and winter white snow in thick blankets worn atop a maple bole, its branches waving with a crowd of green five-fingered leaves, cheering summer to new heights, storing sunlight for longer nights.

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State of undress

Out in the yard the naked trees  embrace one another, seeking shelter from bitter winds that whip the last leaves off  into a pile at my feet; I wear their clothing  with every step I take.

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