Or me!Fishinggoldenrodastersantlers in velvetlife in abundance
Great list! Can't believe I forgot to add goldenrod to mine. Thanks for sharing!
A long and lovely season, richly seen. It's a joy to catch up with your words during a busy time (The Heartland was a particular joy to read...)swallows skimming waterthe scent of soil after rainskies as deep as our eyespelicans parting the lake the hum of beesthe hush of moths an opening of the heartFrom here to there, I wish you a καλό καλοκαίρι!
Thank you, Julian! What a lovely list. I bet we could each go on and on with such observations. You're right: it's a season full of riches.
tomatoes tasting of sunpotlucks in parksunfurling petals bursting with colorSunday afternoon drivescorn-on-the cob dripping with buttersweet scent of freshly-mown alfalfa
Oooooh, tomatoes. Yes. Isn't summer so much about truly earth-grown food?
chirping cricketsfirefliesbutterfliesswallows gathering on telephone linesw
The air so full: and the warmth to be outside in it, looking.
This comment has been removed by the author.
Zucchini sizzling on the grillCherry tomatoes bursting with warm sweetnessChilled fizzy water An open bookA sun-dappled patioSurrounded by green, magenta, pearly whiteThe trickle of water in the fountain And the hum of hummingbirds sipping
Zucchini! Now you've put me in the mood for some delicious bread... Lovely list, Susan. Thanks for sharing!
the salty taste of sweatthe stinging of eyesthe stinging of bees,tightly closed windows wide open skies of unbearable bluethe despotic sun imposing his willagainst frail and fading breezes
Poetry, southerly and sensual. Beautiful.