Tag Archives: Autumn
On days when I’m happy all the way down into my boots, I find smiling faces all around me wherever I look. Even on the floor of the woods as I’m walking the dogs, looking down, a little cheery … Continue reading
Among golden leaves Puddles of late autumn light Slip into cold shade
Walking out into the woods I found Autumn had cast her golden spell across the land. Everything green was now dipped in shimmering coppers and bronze, and the long low shadows drew lines across the earth. The light was … Continue reading
Summer has reluctantly released her hold, and the Caileach Bheur of winter has swept across the west coast of Scotland today. She has burnished all the grass copper and turned the sea a wild storm blue. All the old … Continue reading
Late sunbeam harvest Drinking up the golden light Each seed holds a dream Taken as the sun sank into the Cairngorms in the middle of the Scottish highlands.
Blushing hot Maple Yearly menopausal flush In winters cold face.
The spot on earth where I live, rolls through a glorious procession of four clear seasons. We are far enough North here in the UK for the light to change a little every single day. I say lucky because it … Continue reading
Autumn light glitters A new day fresh from rose folds Gathered by shadows. The stillness of the morning caught my breath, and had me dashing back inside for my camera. These were taken last week in the garden, where the … Continue reading
I walked down to the river In the glinting low light And it shimmered and slipped Silk like over its bed of rocks. The sunlight spun into threads By the long wet fingers of the river Woven into loose lace … Continue reading